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As the class of 1955 graduate, we present 
our last tangible high school effort, this 1955 
edition of The Mirror. In this, your book, we 
have tried to include all phases of a high 
school career. Our success depends upon 
you, the students, in accepting our efforts. 

We are grateful to everyone who helped 
us put this Mirror together. It has been ours 
for almost a year,- now it is yours. We sin- 
cerely hope that you enjoy it. 

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Margaret Walls 
Rosemarie Graceffa 
Dorothy Marshall 
Martha Benoit 
Betty Crowe 
Mary Horan 
Bertha Kenneson 
Jean Lazaro 



Jean Rogerson 
Joan Manning 
Gail O'Hara 



MIRROR STAFF 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
Jane Volpe 

ASSISTANT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
Joan McGovern 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS 

Janet Walsh 

LITERARY STAFF 

Carol Borden 
Gerald McGovern 
Mary Gavolio 
Estelle Carlise 
Mary Cocivera 
Dorothy Ware 
Bonnie Smith 
Joseph Scalia 

ART EDITOR 
Virginia Danglemayer 

ART STAFF 

Barbara Curran 
Diane Goolkasian 
Joan Savage 

BUSINESS MANAGER 
Donna Aucoin 

ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS 
Sandra Wolcott Patricia Whalen 



Marsha Wing 



Eleanore Crowley 
Maryanna Frew 
Jean Lally 
Alan Miller 
Connie Neville 
Carol Hamilton 
Dorothy Lively 



Ellen Dukat 
Anne Christianson 



Barbara Favre 
Gail Daddona 
Carole Lazaro 
Barbara Graves 
Ethel Hoyt 
Bonnie Smith 
Gertrude Bussey 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Marjorie Kezer 
Sheila Wallace 
Patricia Austin 
Ann Bailey 
Jean Lazaro 
Phyllis Joyal 
Lilliane Berard 



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To Miss Grace L. Woodward, who retired in June, 1954, after twenty-seven years as 
Head of the Business Department, the Class of 1955 dedicates this yearbook. As teacher, 
counselor, and friend to many hundreds of pupils during her thirty-six years of teaching in 
Waltham, she will be remembered for her high ideals, her wise guidance, and for the 
sound standards that she established for students and teachers in her field of work. Always 
ready to listen to problems of pupils, parents, and teachers, Miss Woodward gave un- 
stintingly to others the benefit of her long experience. She was unselfish in the expenditure 
of her time and strength in the profession to which she was dedicated. 

Countless pupils have been placed in good positions through Miss Woodward's work 
as Director of Placement, and many successful business men and women owe their start 
to her good offices. Her deep concern for the correlation of school and community was 
shown by her interest in city-wide projects and by the cordial relationship that was de- 
veloped by her and her department with the business leaders of Waltham. She was widely 
recognized as a leading business educator. 

We learned with regret that Miss Woodward was to retire although we knew that the 
contemplated rest was well deserved. She has carried with her the respect and affection 
of her co-workers and of the pupils who came under her influence. We wish for her 
many years of good health, peace of mind, and happiness. 




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This final tribute to Harold L. Pride cannot adequately express the t._ 
of all those who came to know and respect him. His sudden death on Decembei 
1954, terminated twenty-eight years of faithful and devoted service as Director of 
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Pride7"will always be remembered by those who were fortunate enough to have served 

The earnest guidance and wise counsel he gave contributed immeasurably to the 
success earned by many of the Trade School graduates. His ideals perpetuated the 
basic standards for creating skilled craftsmen. 

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g building inadequacies and hoped for a new Trade School in the near future. May 
...e modern structure he envisioned become a reality ... to serve as a living memorial 
to Harold L. Pride. 

It seems appropriate to close this farewell tribute with the quotation that inspired 
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Gerri was a girl of sunny disposition, endowed with a pleasant congeniality and an 
engaging smile. Pupils and teachers alike deeply regret the passing of this fine youn< 
woman, with her friendly nature and attractive personality. 

We, her classmates, will always remember Gerri. As we leave our school to go ol 
into the world of new experiences, the memory of her will remain ever green. 



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A. Fay Adams steno 

This auburn haired lass from 109 likes swimming and watching foot- 
ball games . . . Alda, Georgette, and Shirley are numbered among 
her pals . . . plans to attend Boston College. 
Dramatic Club 2, Glee Club 3. 

Charles Albanese tech 

Getting up in the morning rates low, while Saturday nights are rops 
with Charlie . . . co-conspirators are Bob, Chet, Jim, Tony and 
Norm . . . destination Northeastern University. 

German Club 3; Visual Aid 3. 




Barbara Alger 

college 

"Why? I'll never tell!" says 
popular Barb . . . favorite pas- 
time is rooting for all the WHS 
teams with Ann, June, Carol, 
Ginger, and Joan, after gradu- 
ation, college. 

Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; Knitting 
Club 2; Dramatic Club 3, 4; 
Dramatics; Cafe Worker 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3. 




Ronald Altman 

college 

Known as Albie to his friends, 
Bill and Dick . . . avid Celtic 
fan . . . Florida University . . . 
dislikes surprise quizzes. 
Camera Club 2, 3, 4. 



Robert Amorelli 

COLLEGE 

Bob is one of the many who 
dislikes Bermudas . . . likes are 
football and fishing . . . friends 
are Charlie, Angelo, and Ernie, 
college is his goal. 

Rifle 2, 3, 4; Visual Aid 2, 3, 
4; Tech Club 3. 




Helena Anderson 

COLLEGE 

Quiet Helena dislikes getting up 
on school mornings . . . favorite 
sport is basketball . . . friends 
include Nan, Carol, Bev and 
Diane . . . future plans . . . 
Bible College to become a mis- 
sionary. 

Badminton 2; Sophomore Hop 
Committee 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Dance Committee 3, 4; 
German Club 3, 4; Art Club 2; 
Monitor 4. 




William Anderson accounting 

Rudy likes hockey and swimming .... partners in crime are Clem, 
Al, Quilly . . . plans to join the Navy and see the world after 
graduation. 



Bruce Andes 

"Nuts," says Bruce . 



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Marjorie Ash college 

Marge can usually be seen with Mary, Peggy, Anne or June . . . 
favorite sports are archery and volleyball . . . plans to attend college. 
Knitting Club 2; Girls' Sports 2. 

Clarance Aucoin clerical 

Butch plans to join the boys in blue after graduation . . . enjoys 

playing basketball at the Boys' Club and sleeping . . . friends 
include Leo, Jerry, and Dick. 



Donna Aucoin 

clerical 

Vivacious Donna dislikes wait- 
ing for Pat and Carol -. . . she 
plans to go to business school 
and then to New York . . . 
her pals are the kids from New- 
ton and Watertown and Pat. 
Photo Club 3; Mirror Rep. 2, 3, 
4; Mirror Assistant Manager 3; 
Mirror Business Manager 4. 




William Ball 

accounting 

"Pretty Cool," exclaims Nick . . . 
cars and basketball are his fa- 
vorites now . . . future plans 
are to be an auto mechanic . . . 
partners in crime are Jeff, Don, 
and Doug. 




M. Ann Bailey 

steno 

Ann enjoys watching football 
games and driving . . . dis- 
liked the hot milk at middle 
lunch ... can be seen with Ann, 
Sue and Barb. 

Photo Club 2; Music Club 3; 
Grad Usher 3; Football Usher 
4; Commercial Club 4; Mirror 
Rep. 4; Mirror 4. 



Robert Bancroft 

tech 

Bob plans to go to engineering 
school ... his favorite pas- 
time is goofing off with Al, 
Jerry, Bill, Harvey, and Mike. 
Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; Tech Club 4; 
Glee Club 4. 



GENERAL 

. . enjoys all sports . . . 
after graduation plans to 



Ronald C. Bari 

Ron dislikes getting up in the morning 
often found with Alden, Paul or Doc . 
attend agricultural college. 
Rifle Club. 

Diane Beck general 

Di likes swimming and skating ... pet peeves include sessions 
and homework . . . maybe seen with Barbara, Jean and Maureen 
... in the future, a number please girl. 




Leo Belodeau 

After graduation look for Leo in the Navy 
can usually be found with Norm and Bob. 

Monitor 3; 



CLERICAL 

likes skiing . . . 



Edna Bengston steno 

Edna, co-captain of the hockey cheerleaders, is usually with Betty, 
Bertha, Janice and Jeannie . . . she loves writing letters and dancing 
. . . dislikes all girl classes and waiting for Bert. 

Music Club 2, 3; Monitor 4; Cheerleader 2, 3; Class Day Usher 3; 
Grad. Usher 3. 





Angelina Beninati 

STENO 

Angie's favorite pastime is 
watching TV . . . Liz, Mary, 
Jeanne, and Helen are usually 
by her side . . . she scorns 
moody people and homework 
. . . hopes to be a secretary. 

Art Club 2, 3; Archery; Com- 
mercial Club 4. 




Martha Benoit 

college 

As a future lady in white, 
Marty plans to attend New- 
ton-Wellesley Hospital. Her fav- 
orite pastimes are swimming 
and hockey games . . . her 
colorful cohorts are Marge, Con- 
nie, Fran, Carol and Joanie. 

Honor Roll, Badminton 2; Knit- 
ting Club 2; Dramatic Club 3; 
Mirror Staff 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Assistant Editor of 
Newspaper 4; Class Day and 
Graduation Usher 3. 



Barbara Bomengen 

COLLEGE 

Cookie enjoys swimming and 
delving in deviltry with Judy, 
Carolyn, and Ginger ... a 
nursing career is her goal. 
Monitor; Club Rep.; Student 
Council Representative; Orches- 
tra. 




Judith L. Bomengen 

HOME EC 

Judy loves tennis and driving 
. . . spends spare time with 
Dotty, Jean, and Barbara . . . 
arriving early in the morning 
just doesn't go . . . plans to 
attend art school after gradu- 
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KATHRYN BONNEY COLLEGE 

"I'm hungry," says vigorous Kay . . . likes football and being with 
Mark . . . after graduation, dental hygienist ... as captain of our 
cheerleading squad, Kay is tops! 

Dramatic Club 2; Knitting Club 3; Cheerleader 3, 4. 

Carol Borden college 

"I'll Say," says pretty "Hurricane Carol" . . . always talking on the 
phone to Ginger, Shiela, and Lois . . . likes hockey and tennis . . . 
plans to attend college. 

Badminton 2; Art Club 4; Dramatic Club 2; Knitting Club 3; Hockey 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Fashion Show 3. 




Mark Brown 

college 

Mark, one of our football cap- 
tains, is kept in fit condition 
by eating at Kay's . . . pals 
are Bill, Dick, and Jim . . . 
future plans include college. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4; 
Homeroom Rep. 3, 4. 



Eleanor Bowser college 

Eleanor can be found at the football games or listening to Eddie 
Fisher with Barbara and Carole . . . dislikes French . . . after gradu- 
ation she plans to be a nurse. 

Photography Club 2; Knitting Club 3; Art Club 4; Girls' Sports 4. 

Margaret Brown college 

Meg's pet peeves are homework and big wheels . . . this Miss Pep 
likes to eat, talk to Nancy, Rita and Lorraine on the telephone, and 
watch hockey games. 

Hockey Cheerleader 3, 4; Glee Club 3. 




Malcolm Buchanan 

college 

"Hello, Mrs. Betty," quips Mai 
. . . enjoys auto racing . . . 
doesn't like women drivers . . 
can be found in his Ford road- 
ster with Dud, Ernie, Ken, Dave, 
and Cliff ... a future engineer. 



Robert Burgess 

college 

"Hey, Frank," calls Duke . . . 
dislikes homework but enjoys 
working on other projects . . . 
seen with Frank and Ronnie . . . 
plans to join the Air Force. 




Philip Burke 

accounting 

"What do you want?" asks 
Phil, who can usually be seen 
with Cal, Vinnie, and Charlie 
when he isn't with Joan . . 
likes football . . . plans a fu- 
ture with Uncle Sam. 
Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. 



Sally J. Burns 



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Sal, who doesn't believe in homework or waking up for school 
enjoys dancing . . . usually seen with Sylvania, Ann, or Hazel . . . 
a future Florence Nightingale. 



Gertrude Bussey 



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After graduation— plans include "Spanky" ... Sis can usually be seen 
in the corridors with Gail, Barb, Sue or Betty . . . favorite expres- 
sion— "What a grouch!" 

Dramatic Club 4. 




Donald Campbell general 

"Doc" can usually be found around the school with Roy and Willie 
. . . baseball maintains a high standing with this future nephew of 
Uncle Sam. 



Robert Campbell 



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"The heck you say!" exclaims Soupy, who laughs at TV commercials 
... a future retail salesman . . . can be found at football games 
when he isn't with Alden. 







Vincent Cannistraro 
accounting 

Vinnie hopes to attend Bentley's 
School of Accounting . . . 
"Man oh man!" he exclaims 
while listening to jazz . . . 
special pals are Phil, Sonny, Cal, 
and Joe. 
Mirror Rep. 3. 




Nancy Jane 
Cappadona 

accounting 

"Cappa" likes good music and 
football . . . hopes to continue 
schooling after graduation . . . 
can be seen with Jo Ann, Gin- 
ger, Rosemairie or Eleanor. 
Student Council 3; Newspaper 
Staff 2; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Mirror Staff 3; Football Usher 
3, 4; Music Club 2; Open House 
Usher 3; Honor Roll 2, 3. 



Estelle Ann Carlisi 

college 

"Quelle heure est-il?" cries Es- 
telle as she misses the 7:30 bus 
. . . likes football and Julius's 
records . . . friends include Bar- 
bara, Mary, and Jane . . . 
college is her future goal. 
Dramatic Club 2, 4; Glee Club 
3; Girls' Sports 3; Open House 
Usher 3; Christmas Pageant 2; 
Monitor 4; Mirror Staff 4; 
Graduation Usher 3. 




Michael Carme 

general 

A valuable member of WHS 
football team . . . Mike likes 
driving around with the boys 
and being with Mary . . . 
friends include Ralph, .Butch, 
Bill, and Frankie . . . undecided 
about the future. 
Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. 






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Robert Carney 



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Bob's friends include Leo, Norm and the gang . . . 
homework over the week-end . . . enjoys basebal 
would like to attend college after graduation. 

Norman Cavanaugh 



pet peeve is 
games . . . 



CLERK-TYPIST 

Norm's favorite expression is, "You ain't so smart" . . . likes base- 
ball . . . dislikes sessions . . . after graduation plans to go further 
in business . . . pals include Leo and Bill. 





Carol Chase 



Barbara Chaplis college 

Barb likes football and talking best . . . dislikes conceited people 
. . . can usually be found with Estelle, Eleanor, Mary and Nancy . . 
a future nurse. 

Photography Club 2; Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Play 
3; Mirror Staff 4. 

Barbara Charlton home ec 

Homework and loud boys rate low with this petit miss . . . favorites 
include baseball and sleeping . . . hopes to become a nurse . . . 
pals include Dana, Sis, Jane, Pat, and Lois. 

Camera Club 2; Badminton; Glee Club 3; Monitor 3, 4; Speech Club 4. 



CLERICAL 



When Teddy isn't listening to 
music or dancing she can be 
roller-skating with the 
. . dislikes conceited 
people . . . future plans include 
business school. 



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Anne Christiansen 

college 

This quiet blonde from 201 
enjoys horseback riding and ice 
cream . . . can be seen with 
Chickie, June and Marge . . . 
headed for the University of 
Vermont. 

Dance Committee 3, 4; Camera 
Club 2, 3; Red Cross Rep. 2; 
Librarian 3; Class Day and Usher 
3; Art Club 4. 






Arlene Cochrane 

STENO 

"Yankee" hopes to become a 
secretary . . . likes football 
and "Mac" . . . disliked gym 
during middle period . . . 
partners in crime, Sheela, Phyllis 
and Norma. 

Glee Club 2; Bowling 3. 




Mary Cocivera 

COLLEGE 

"No! You're Kidding!" exclaims 
busy Mary . . . enjoys reading 
and watching TV . . . special 
friends, Estelle, Barb, and Anne 
. . . headed for Brandeis or 
Jackson. 

Secretary Sophomore Class Hop 
Committee 2, 3; Debating Club 
2; Mirror Staff 3, 4. 



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Charlotte Cohn college 

"Chuckie" can usually be seen with Phyl or Deanna . . . dislikes 
pegged pants . . . likes tennis, football and making plans with Phyl 
and Nan . . . college is in the future. 
Basketball 2; Archery 2; Glee Club 2; Art Club 3. 

John Coluci trade— welding 

John dislikes stuck up girls . . . likes boxing and basketball . . 
friends include John and Joe . . . plans to go into business. 



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Robert L. Comeau general 

"No comment," declares Stonewall, who likes hunting and helping 
Judy with her homework . . . special pals are Bill, Dick, and Ronnie 
. . . plans to do radio and television after graduation. 

Ruby Conrad steno 

"That's life," admits Reb when faced with homework or waiting for 
Margie, Norma, and Barb . . . likes ice skating, bowling, and music 
. . . future plens include becoming a private secretary. 
Literary Club 2. 



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Sheila Ann Conroy 

college 

Sheila enjoys going to the 
movies with Ron . . . when she 
isn't doing her pet peeve, home- 
work, Sheila may be found with 
Jean, roller skating or bowling. 

Photography Club; FHA; Glee 
Club. 




William Coombs 

accounting 

Digger's favorite, pastime is 
driving around town with Perry, 
Andy, Alan, or Jim . . . future 
plans include a hitch in the 
Army . . . always heard to say, 
"Who asked you?" 

Homeroom Rep. 2. 



Richard Cooper 

general 

Dick plans a career in radio 
or television . . . cohorts are 
Joe, Bob, and Ronnie . . . 
favorite pastimes are skating 
and skiing. 
Photography Club. 




Joseph Costa 

general 

Joe may be seen with Bill, Ross, 
or Bob . . . favorite pastime is 
going to the YMCA and Swim- 
ming ... a future man of the 
seas. 




Michael Cousens tech 

Mike, a future engineer, dislikes getting up in the morning . . . 
likes basketball and swimming . . . Sid is his shadow. 

German Club 4; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, UP Tech Club 3; Visual Aid 2, 3. 
4; Electrican Committee 2, 3, 4. 



Elizabeth Crowe 



clerical 



Betty, one of our cute cheerleaders, plans on attending a business 
school . . . favorite pastime is writing to Paul ... an avid hockey fan. 

Mirror 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Dramatic Club 2; Class Day 
and Graduation Usher 3; Commercial Club 4. 







Eleanor Crowley 



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Blond Ellie plans to attend Framingham State Teachers' College . . . 
likes music . . . friends— Rosie, Jane, and Ruby . . . doesn't like 
7:30 bus. 

Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Mirror 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Class Day and Gradu- 
ation Usher 3. 

Barbara Curran college 

One of our most popular seniors, "Bunny o" plans include Fashion 
Promotion . . . friends — Muriel, Carol, Sheila, Inez, Ginger and Barb 
. . . always enjoys dancing. 



Georgette Curtis 

steno 

Driving with that certain some- 
one is tops with "Georgie" . . . 
companions in adventure in- 
clude Rita, Jean, Fay and Carol 
... in the future ... an air- 
line hostess. 






Charles W. Czedik 

ACCOUNTING 

Sonny's friends include Vinnie, 
Cal and Phil . . . likes football 
and customizing his car . . . 
A proud member of the Dea- 
cons. 



Lois Custer 

college 

Lois likes listening to popular 
music and football . . . dislikes 
dirty white bucks . . . partners 
in mirth . . . Honey, Carol, 
Audrey and Barb ... a future 
lady in white. 



Nancy Daddona 

STENO 

"All righty," says Gail who likes 
writing to Bob and bowling 
. . . dislikes coming to school 
on rainy days . . . after gradu- 
ation a secretary and Bob. 



Elizabeth Danforth clerical 

Betty's ambition is to become a good typist . . . spends most of 

her free time horseback riding with Gail . . . likes to read . . . 
chums with Barbara and Betty. 

Virginia Dangelmayer college 

Ginger plans to attend college . . . likes talking on the phone . . . 

partners in mischief are Carol, Shiela and Barbara . . . dislikes rumors. 



Jean Danials home economics 

After graduation Jean plans to become a nurses' aid or telephone 
operator . . . listening to music and volleyball are tops . . . followers 
are Judy, Janice and Barb. 
Glee Club. 

Janice Davidson home economics 

"Jake" plans to become a telephone operator after graduation . . . 
gossip and homework rate low . . . she can often be seen at the 
"Land" with Edna, Betty, Bert, Jeanie and the gang. 
Dramatic Club 2; Glee Club 3; Knitting Club 4; Monitor 4. 





Donald R. Davies 

TRADE 

Don disliked walking to school 
. . . likes swimming . . . pals 
are Mutt, Ray, Phil and Al . . . 
Going to work at Nichols Ma- 
chine Shop. 




Marjorie De Florio 

clerical 

Looks forward to working at 
M.I.T. . . . Margie enjoys play- 
ing records and Jackie . . . 
favorite sports are swimming 
and skiing . . . pals are Ruby, 
Norma, Barb and Carol. 
Glee Club 2, 3; Talent Show 
2, 3. 



Edith Deffely 

clerical 

Edythe plans to become a sec- 
retary after graduation . . . 
likes softball, football, and 
working at Dean's . . . dislikes 
homework and conceited peo- 
ple . . . can usually be seen 
with Susie or Barbara. 

Glee Club 4; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 2; Cafeteria Worker 
2, 3, 4. 




Jamcs Delaney 



TRADE 



Ice skating rates high with 
"Jimmie" . . . pet peeve: math 
. . . pals include Paul, Bert and 
Edgar. 





William A. Delorey 

Bill likes boating and girls 
always with Bruce Andes . . 

Antoinette De Meo 

"Terrific" exclaims Toni . . . 
listening to popular music . 
Ann and Joan . . . plans to work in an office. 

Commercial Club 4. 



ACCOUNTING 

. . . favorite sport is basketball . . . 
. would like to be an accountant. 

ACCOUNTING 

likes football, basketball and especially 
. . friends include Barbara, Franny, Jo 




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Barbara Devlin 

STENO 

"Oh Jeepers" exclaims Barbie 
. . . likes dancing and drinking 
frappes . . . dislikes a certain 
person who's always late . . . 
can be found at the football 
games with Judy and Joan. 






"Nick" doesn't think that the lunch periods are long enough . . . 
likes hockey . . . buddies are Warren, Bill, and Jim . . . plans 
to join the Navy. 

Ronald Desforge college 

Quiet "Des" can be found with Frank or Bob . . . dislikes girls in 
Bermuda shorts . . . frequents the bowling alleys in Cambridge . . . 
future plans include either college or the Air Force. 

Rifle Club 2, 3. 




Arthur De Wolf 

general 

"Art" can be seen around 
town with Bill Sinclair, Bill 
Nordstrom or Bill Morton . . 
enjoys sleeping and baseball 
. . . plans visit with Uncle Sam. 
Visual Aid Staff 2, 3, 4. 



James De Wolf 

accounting 

"Jimmy" likes reading, cars, 
and basketball . . . friends in- 
clude Herb Hoglund and Bill 
Coombs . . . he's a future sales- 
man. 




Inez Diaz 

TECH 

This popular transfer from East 
Orange, N. J. plans to be a 
Medical Technologist . . . likes 
dancing and listening to popu- 
lar music . . . usually found 
with Bunny and the gang. 

At EOHS: Cheerleader 3; Year- 
book Business Manager 3; Dra- 
matic Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish 
Club 3. At WHS: Dramatic Club 
and Play 4. 






Frank Dickinson college 

Frank is another boy who hates Bermuda shorts . . . likes football 
and girls ... a member of the U. S. Naval Reserves . . . plans 
to attend college. 

Rifle Club 2, 3. 

Peter Diepold college 

Pete is our German exchange student . . . plans to become a high 

school teacher . . . dislikes getting up in the morning . . . likes 

skiing, swimming, photography, and music . . . friendly with 

everyone. 

German Club 4; Debating Club 4; Rifle Club 4. 










Richard Dion clerk, typist 

Rich likes all sports, especially boxing . . . people who stand around 
the corridor annoy him . . . best friends, Connie, Bob, Leo and 
Dapper . . . another college boy. 
Rifle Club. 

Raymond Dione trade 

"D" plans to be a weather man . . . pet peeve is sneakers . . . 
may be seen with Don, Mutt, Jim or Bernie. 





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Elizabeth Doherty 

home economics 

Conceited and sarcastic people 
are definitely in Betsy's black 
book . . . enjoys reading and 
listening to the radio . . 
her best friend is Donna Peter- 
son . . . plans to be a tele- 
phone operator. 

Baseball 2; Bowling 2; Glee 
Club 2, 3. 




Sylvia Doherty 

commercial 

Sipping sodas with her best 
friends, Carol and Barb, is Syl- 
via's favortie pastime . . . also 
enjoys swimming and baseball 
... in the future an X-Ray 
technician. 



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Norma Doucette 

commercial 

Squeekie is a future airline 
stewardess . . . dislikes con- 
ceited boys and noisy girls . . . 
a wonderful dancer . . . ac- 
complices include Margie, Ruby, 
Bab, and Carol. 

Music Club 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 3; Dance Committee 2. 




June Dougherty 

COLLEGE 

Doug dislikes empty mail boxes 
. . . likes swimming, football 
and talking on the phone . . . 
pals include Joan, Ann, and 
Judy . . . plans to train at 
Newton Wellesly Hospital. 

Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Girls' Sports 
2; Librarian 3. 




June Douglas 

June's favorites include walking and water skiing 
found with Ann and Laurel when she isn't working 
teach physical education. 
Glee Club 2; Christmas Program 2; Knitting Club 3, 4. 



COLLEGE 

. . can be 
. . plans to 



COLLEGE 



Ida Dowling 

Ida enjoys swimming and watching TV . . . dislikes waiting for 
buses . . . pals with the two Carols . . . this future Florence 
Nightingale plans to train at the Royal Victorian Hospital. 

Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4. 





Rupbert F. Doyle 



TRADE— AUTOMOBILE 



Sheila Duffy 

COLLEGE 

After graduation . . . college 
. . . likes hockey, basketball, 
and investigating new places 
with Barb, Carol, Ginger, and 
Muriel . . . pet peeve . . . 
boys who think women can't 
drive. 

Fashion and Talent Shows 2, 3; 
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Archery 
3; Mirror 4. 



Bert's favorite pastime is repairing cars . . . dislikes math . . . 
friends include Mac and Jim . . . plans to go to school or go in 
the service. 

Joan Duddy accounting 

Joan likes swimming, tennis, and dancing . . . dislikes short lunch 
periods . . . friends include Pat, Carolyn and Mary . . . hopes to 
continue studying. 

Talent Show 3, Science Fair 3. 




Robert Dupere 

COLLEGE 

Favorite pastime is making 
money . . . Bob plans tc at- 
tend Boston University and 
then go to Navy . . . accom- 
plices . . . Joe, Ellie and Judy. 






David Eagle 

GENERAL 

Dave's pals are Bob, Al and 
Dick . . . likes football and 
working . . . dislikes noisy 
girls . . . looks forward to 
being an automobile mechanic. 




Cameron Ellis college 

Quiet Cameron likes golf, baseball and music . . . friends include 
Mike, Billy, and Henry . . . after graduation . . . prep school. 

Rifle Club 2; German Club 3, 4. 

Jeanne Emberley Stenographic 

Jeanne plans to become a secretary . . . conceited people rate low 
. . . likes archery, records and sewing . . . friends include Mary, 
Carol, Angie, and Moe. 

Mirror Representative 2; Girls' Sp % orts 2; Photography Club 2; De- 
fense Work 3. 



Lauris Eglitis 

TECH 

Northeastern University is in 
the future for Lauris . . . bas- 
ketball and mechanics rate high 
. . . chums are Mike Cousens 
and Dick Gullotti. 

Rifle Club 2; Tech Club 4; Ger- 
man Club 4. 




Joyce Emerson clerical 

"Emi" likes going to Plymouth and seeing Mel . . . dislikes 
grouchy people . . . special pals include Arlene, Maureen and 
Joyce . . . hopes to attend LaSalle Junior College. 
Cafeteria 2, 3; Red Cross Rep. 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 

Joseph J. Fallo college 

Joe is an ardent sports fan . . . dislikes the overuse of "cute" . . . 
buddies . . . Al, Bob, Bebe, Bill, and Paul . . . hopes to become 
a dentist. 

Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. 




JoAnn Famosi 

accounting 

"Oh well, such a life!" declares 
Jo . . . likes painting houses 
and playing badminton . . . 
dislikes conceited people . . . 
friends . . . Nancy, Joan, and 
Toni . . . going to work, and 
maybe travel. 

Honor Roll 2, 3; Mirror Staff 
3; Commercial Club 4. 






Dudley Farrell 

COLLEGE 

"Dud" likes swimming and 
fixing the "Model A" . . . 
dislikes women drivers . . . 
friends include Carol, Ernie, 
and Ken . . . plans to attend 
Tufts College in the fall. 
Dramatic Club 2, 3, President 
4; Student Council 3, 4. 



Barbara Ann Favre 

stenographic 

"Holy cow!" exclaims Barb . . . 
likes watching football games 
and arguing with Sue . . . 
dislikes carrots . . . pals . . . 
Sue, Ann and Mac . . . plans 
to attend Fisher Junior college. 
Camera Club 2; Glee Club 3; 
Dramatic Club 4; Football Ush- 
er 4. 




Virginia A. Fay 

CLERICAL 

Virginia likes swimming, ice 
skating and going out on 
dates!!! . . . dislikes conceited 
people . . . best friends are 
Ann and Hazel . . . plans to be 
a telephone operator. 

Music Club 2, 3; Photography 
Club 3; Commercial Club 4. 




Carol Feeley stenographic 

"Cal" likes football and basketball games . . . dislikes waiting for 
Donna in the morning . . . friends are Marty, Donna, Phyl and 
Ruby . . . hopes to be a private secretary. 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Dramatic Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4. 

Joyce Ferranti clerical 

Joyce plans to get married . . . usually seen with Joyce, Maureen 
and Arlene . . . swimming and going out with Bob tops her list of 
favorites . . . dislikes noisy girls. 




Richard Fitzgerald 

college 

"Fitzie" can be seen at the 
football games with Bob, Bill, 
Joe and Paul . . . after gradu- 
ation plans to enter the ser- 
vice and then continue his 
schooling. 
Dramatic Club 4. 



Beverly Finnerty clerical 

"Fidge" usually seen with Eileen and Anna, likes going to the 

show and dancing . . . dislikes conceited boys . . . plans to be a 

typist. 

IDG; Commercial Club 4 

Shirley Fienman college 

Shirl likes swimming at Plum Island and football but not storms 
and thunder . . . friends include Rita, Jean and Muriel. 
Dramatic Club 2; Glee Club 3; Junior Prom Committee; Dance Com- 
mittee 4. 



Gerald Flynn 

clerical 

"What's a good word," asks 
amiable Jay . . . buddies in- 
clude Paul, Connie, Bob and 
Dapper . . . dislikes conceited 
girls . . . plans to work after 
graduation. 

Mirror Reporter 4. 



Albert Frizzell 

GENERAL 

"Frizzie" likes to work on cars, 
and after graduation plans to 
sell them . . . accomplices are 
Dave and Bob ... pet peeve 
is women drivers. 







Beverly Fulton 

HOME EC 

"Bev" hopes to attend art 
school after graduation . . . 
spends most of her time writ- 
ing letters and skating with 
Helena, Ann and Carol . . . 
didn't like the trip from 015 
to 407. 

Junior Prom Committee; Dance 
Committee 3. 



Barbara Gallagher home ec 

"Barb" likes going to football games with Eddy . . . plans to get 
married . . . disliked homework . . . best pals . . . Janice, Judy 
and Jean. 
Music Club 2, 3; Knitting Club 4; Monitor 4. 

Mary Gallant stenographic 

"Nanny" disliked the crowded cafeteria . . . enjoys playing the 
piano . . . partners in crime include Joan, Angie, Helen and Liz . . . 
hopes to be a medical secretary. 
Archery 2, 3; Commercial Club 4. 






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Muriel Gallinaro college 

Muriel likes to go for rides with the girls . . . dislikes waiting for 
Barb . . . can be seen at the football games with Shirley, Carol, 
Sheila and Ginger ... in the future . . . college. 
Dramatic Club 2, 4; Music Club 2, 3; Mirror Staff 4. 

Susan Gangi clerical 

"Sue" enjoys tennis and listening to Ed Penny . . . ambition is to 
become a good secretary . . . disliked homework . . . pals are 
Barbara Greaves and Marion Deffely. 




Mary Frances Gavolio 

COLLEGE 

"I'll say," agrees Gog . . . 
likes talking on the phone to 
Peg, Marty, Fran, Kay or Joan 
and basketball . . . future plans 
include becoming a teacher. 

National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Dramatic Club 4; Knitting Club 
3; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Mirror 
Staff 2, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; 
Class Day and Graduation 
Usher 2. 




Mary Geise 

clerical 

"Mae" likes football games, 
movies, music and Al . . . 
dislikes snooty people . . 

chums include Kay, Bev, Betty, 
Carol, Frances, and Ann. 



Ann Genova 

COLLEGE 

"Annie" likes roller skating, 
eating, and reading . . . part- 
ners in pranks include Ida, 
Carol, Babs and Norma . . . 
a future lady in white. 
Camera Club 2, 3, 4. 




William Gentile 

COLLEGE 

"Bill" enjoys golf and going 
out with the gang . . . hopes 
to be a professional 
buddies . . . Peter Koutoujan, 
Angie Taranto and Bob Milli- 
gan. 




Ida May Gilbert college 

One of our future teachers, Ida plans to attend State Teachers College 
. . . dislikes to wait for buses . . . can be seen with Ann or Diane. 
Football Usher; Badminton; Camera Club. 

Thomas Girolamo college 

Popular Tom, our football and basketball co captain can't get along 
with those French verbs . . . likes sports and sleeping . . . will 
make some lucky college a good football player. 
Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. 




Jane Gordon 

home EC 

Jane's favorite pastime is talk- 
ing . . . wants to become a 
nurse . . . pet peeve is getting 
up in the morning . . . pals 
include Pat, Barbara, and Ro- 
berta. 

Glee Club 2, 3; FHA 4; Moni- 
tor 3, 4. 



Michael Goodhue college 

Mike plans to go to Tufts or B.U. . . . dislikes homework . . . enjoys 
baseball . . . friends are Charles and Dana. 
Rifle Club 3; German Club 2; Dramatic Club 1. 

Diane Goolkasian college 

A future concert pianist, whom we know will succeed, Diane dislikes 
gum chewers . . . chums with Ida May . . . likes baseball games. 

German Club. 



ROSEMARIE T. 
Graceffa STENO 

Hopes to "see the world" after 
becoming a stewardess . . . 
pastimes are dancing and lis- 
tening to music . . . seen with 
Ellie, Jane, and Ruby . . . 
dislikes being called Rosie. 
Dramatic Club 4; Mirror Repre- 
sentative 3; Mirror Staff 4; Foot- 
ball Usher 3; Homeroom Rep. 
2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Orches- 
tra 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 2, 3. 






John Gracey 

COLLEGE 

After graduation, college and 
medical school ... pet peeve 
. . . long homework assign- 
ments . . . likes to swim. 
Debating Club 2, 3, 4; German 
Club 3, 4; President Student 
Council 4; Mirror Staff 2; 
Newspaper 2, 3, 4; Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Cafeteria 2, 3, 4; 
Visual Aid 2, 3, 4. 




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Robert Graves |tf 
college 

WHS's Mr. Baseball ... on I 
the way to a professional base- I 
ball career after college . . . k, 
when not sleeping he can be L 
found with Bill, Bob, and Paul. |; t| 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2,3. |o 



Barbara Greaves clerical 

Plans to become a secretary after graduation . . . pet peeve is 
doing dishes . . . favorite pastime is listening to the radio . . . 
friends include Susie, Marion and Ann. 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4. 



Alan Grover 

Tennis and stock-car races rate high with Al 
can usually be seen wandering 
. . . favorite saying chip-chip-chip. 



ACCOUNTING 



futu 



re sailor . . 
the corridors with Joe and Bi 






Gullotti, Richard college 

Dick, when not working in the gas station can be found playing 
baseball or other sports with George, Dick, and Jim. 

Rita Halloran college 

Rita with her likeable personality is sure to be a successful secretary 
after business school . . . doesn't like conceited people . . . seen 
with Jean, Georgette, and Margaret. 

Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 3, 4. 



Carol Hamilton 

COLLEGE 

This attractive miss would like 
o attend business school . . . 
an ardent rooter of our teams 
. chief aversion is waiting 
for people. 

Dramatic Club 3, 4; Newspaper 
2, 3, 4; Mirror 4; Class Day and 
Graduation 3; Prom Committee 
3; Play Committee 3; Moni- 
tor 4. 



Maureen Hart 

GENERAL 

Pretty Maureen likes going out 
with the girls . . . and playing 
shuffle board is her favorite 
pastime . . . ambition— Airline 
Stewardess . . . chums are 
Joyce and Arlene. 







Jane Hayes 

Janie likes hockey and going to Wellsley 
homework. Best of luck in the future, Janie! 





Dana Hapgood 

technical 

Dana plans to enter Tufts next 
fall . . . basketball, recording, 
and Barbia rate high . . . can 
usually be seen with Armand. 

Radio Club 2; German 
Club 3, 4. 



Virginia Hart 

accounting 

Ginger, one of our pretty sen- 
iors is often heard calling 
"come on you kids" . . . foot- 
ball games and being with 
K.F. are tops . . . dislikes 
homework and getting up in 
the morning. 

Commercial Club 4 ; FHA 2. 



HOME EC 
dislikes Mondays and 



Mary Hayes stenographic 

One of the many pizza-lovers, May would like to become an execu- 
tive secretary in a modern office, and we wish her success . . . 
likes dancing and being with the kids. 

Newspaper 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Secretary; Junior Prom Committee. 









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Barbara Hoggan 

home EC 

"Barb's" favorite sport is foot- 
ball . . . dislikes to diet . . . 
likes to drive "daddy's car" 
and having fun with Muriel, 
Sheila, Ginger, and Carol . . . 
college is in the future for 
Babs. 

Dramatic Club 2, 4; Cheerleader 
3; Music Club 3. 



Mary Horan 

COLLEGE 

This neat brunette can usually 
be seen with Dotty and Rita 
. . . enjoys dates with Russ 
. . . dislikes to get up in the 
morning . . . college after 
graduation. 

German 3, 4; Dramatic 3; Art 
Club 3; Library Staff 3; Mir- 
ror 4. 



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Janice Heath college 

One of the quieter members of our class, Jan is destined for college 
. . . her pet peeve is getting up early . . . likes to go horseback 
riding. 

Camera Club 2; Parent's Night Usher 3; Dramatic Club 4; Dance 
Committee 4; Bowling 3. 



Roy Herring 



GENERAL 



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"Fish" plans to join the service after graduation ... his favorite 
pastime is sleeping and his pet peeve is high-class girls . . . 
enjoys good times with Dot, Bob, and Jack. 




Joan Hunter steno 

Goldie's destination is a business school . . . likes to bowl, can be 
seen with Marguerite, Helen, and Georgette . . . just doesn't like 
conceited people! 

Glee Club; Commercial Club. 

Ronnie Isaccson general 

Ike can be seen driving around in his father's Ford with Sam and 
Bob . . . plans to attend a radio and TV school after graduation. 



James Holland 

General 

Good-looking Jim plans to join 
the Navy after graduation . . . 
enjoys football games . . . can 
usually be seen with Don Rice. 




ROBIE HUBLEY 

COLLEGE 
Hub enjoys listening to good 
music and basketball games 
• . . can't stand gushers . . 
plans include either a music 
or a science school . . . chums 
with Bob, Dick, and Joe. 
Rifle Club; Glee Club. 





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Carol Janson college 

Cug's pet peeve is waiting for Dud . . . likes bombing around in 
the model A . . . likes to bowl with the gang. 

Girls' Sports 2, 3; Student Council 3; Mirror Representative 3; Dance 
Committee 2, 3, 4; German Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Red 
Cross Rep. 2; Honor Society 3, 4. 

Barbara Johnson college 

Barb enjoys listening to popular music and dancing . . . dislikes 
trying to catch the bus for school . . . after graduation it's a 
secretarial school or teacher's college. 













Robert Johnson 

general 

Handsome Bob enjoys football 
and hot rods . . . can't stand 
stuck-up people . . . can be 
seen with Dick ... a future 
Marine. 




Harold Kelley 








GENERAL 


Jealous 


girls 


rate zero with 


Kell . . . 


likes 


to 


listen to Glen 


Miller . . 


. is 


always with Nap, 


Mac and 


Leo 




. would like 


to become 


a 


professional 


singer. 








Baseball 


2, 


3, 


4; Basket- 


ball 2, 3, 


4. 







Louis Kelley 

technical 

Lou likes basketball and boat 
racing . . . may be seen with 
Paul, Harvey, Al or Pete . . . 
college and the Navy are in 
the future. 

Rifle Club 2; German 2, 3. 




Frances Kenney 

clerical 

Football games and swimming 
are tops with Fran . . . dis- 
likes grouchy peop[e 
"you're right" aviation school 
. . . likes dates with T.G. and 
being with the kids. 
Commercial Club 4; Football 
Usher 2. 




Bertha Kenneson steno 

Well-liked, Bert may be seen with Edna, Janice, Betty or Jeanie 
. . . pet peeve is waiting for phone calls . . . enjoys hockey and 
eating at Candyland with the kids. 

Hockey Cheerleader 3, 4; Mirror 4. 



Marjorie Kezer 



STENO 



Margie likes riding in cars, basketball and bowling . . . dislikes 
waiting for George . . . after school Margie's plans include the 
"Wedding March." 

Art Club 2; Glee Club 2; Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 3, 
Secretary 4. 








Stanley Krol 

college 

WHS's halfback of the year, 
Stan wants a career of coach- 
ing . . . pet peeve is Marilyn 
Monroe . . . always talking to 
Angelo, Tom, Mike or Dick. 
Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4. 



Richard Kezer general 

Popular Dick likes to watch television and football . . . plans include 
coaching football . . . cohorts are Angelo, Mike, and Stan. 

President of Sophomore, Junior and Senior Classes; Dance Committee 
2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Student Council 2; Executive Council 
2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



Peter Koutoujian 



COLLEGE 



Pete spends most of his time playing baseball and listening to the 
radio . . . dislikes conceited people . . . friends— Bob, Kell, and Bob 
. . . college in September. 




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Robert Eugene 
LaCasse 

trade— automobile 

Bob's pet peeve is sessions 
. . . would like to travel . . . 
his constant companion is 
Dickie Kerr . . . hopes to own 
a service station. 






Norma LaFort 

stenographic 

"I'll say" says Norma . . . we 
won't mention her dislike for 
homework . . . enjoys swim- 
ming and being with Charlie 
. . . secretarial work . . . 
chums with Yankee and Anne. 

Dramatic Club 4. 



Michael Lally 




GENERAL 



Loquacious Mike . . . when off times . . . silence is golden . . . 
likeable . . . friendly . . . likes all sports . . . can be seen with 
Bob Mason. 



Barbara Lanctot 



STENOGRAPHIC 



"It is, isn't it?" . . . Barb likes ice skating and listening to popular 
records . . . seen with Ruby, Marge, and Carol . . . future secretary 
and world traveler. 

Girls' Sports 2, 3; Commercial Club 4. 



Ann Marie Lahey 

HOME EC 
Annie likes dancing and being 
with Charlie ... a future 
"number please" girl . . 
dislikes getting up early on 
Saturday mornings . . . friends 
—Hazel, Virginia, Carol, and 
Sally. 




Edward Larkin 



COLLEGE 
. our class 



Ed likes swimming, stamp collecting, and reading 
"brain" plans to take a pre-medical course at Harvard, Yale, or 
Holy Cross . . . often seen with Henry, James, or Mike. 
Debating Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, President 4. 



Carole Lazaro 



STENOGRAPHIC 



Listening to music, pizza, and watching the Celtics are tops with 
Cal . . . always looking forward to Chuck's leaves . . . will make 
some airline a very good secretary. 

Secretary-Treasurer of Student Council 4; Mirror 4; Newspaper 4; 
Commercial Club 4; Glee Club 2; Art Club 3. 




P. Jean Lazaro 

STENOGRAPHIC 

"Can't fight city hall" . . . 
enjoys weekends at University 
of Mass .... moody people 
are out of it . . . airline hostess 
for this cute miss .... seen 
with Georgette, Rita, and Quag. 
Hockey Cheerleader 3. 4; Class 
Treasurer 2, 4; Darmatic Club 

2, 4; Glee Club 3; Newspaper 

3, 4; Dance Committee 2. 




Albert Lee 



COLLEGE 
kes swimming, basketball, 
his many 



Al 

and sleeping 

friends include 

Lope, and Doc . 

engineering. 

Dance Committee 

ual Aid 2, 3, 4; National Honor 

Society 3, 4. 



Louis, Mike, 
. a future of 

2, 3, 4; Vis- 



Margaret LeLivre 

COLLEGE 

"Chickie" likes listening to rec- 
ords and football . . . dislikes 
conceited people and home- 
work . . . after graduation she 
plans to go to a business 
school. 

Dramatic Club 2; German 
Club 4. 




Margaret A. LEONt 

STENOGRAPHIC 

Marge's many interests include 
hockey and being with Jimmy 
. . . dislikes snooty people . . 
Marty and the kids in 109 top 
her list of rfiends. 

Dramatic Club 2, 4 ; Glee Club 
3; Newspaper 2. 




John Levey general 

Jack enjoys sleeping and dates with Jean . . . frequently seen with 

Don and Mike . . . Jack's goal after graduation is the State Troopers. 
Football 2, 3. 



STENO 



Judith Lillibridge 

Dancing, canoeing, football, and baseball games are Judy's favorites 
. . . dislikes mustaches . . . Boston University is Judy's limelight . 
friends are Barb, Carol, and Jean. 

Commercial Club 4; Glee Club 4; Business; Mirror 4. 




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Dorothy Lively college 

Hockey, bowling, being with a certain boy from Belmont, and Pizza 
are tops with Dot . . . dislikes being called Lively and the session 
room . . . College here she comes. 
Camera Club 2; German Club 4; Mirror 4; Girls' Sports 4. 

Felix Lopez college 

Lopy dislikes Bermuda shorts and knee socks . . . pastimes are 
eating, photography, and wrestling . . . partners are Al, Bob, and 
Angelo . . . College he hopes. 
Camera Club 3, 4. 



Phyllis Lopez 

STENO 

"Well I guess" exclaims Phyl 
. . . likes driving and listening 
to Symphony Sid . . . dislikes 
orals . . . friends include 
Yankee, Pat, and Shiela . . . 
headed for B.U. 
Commercial Club 4. 





Ann MacAskill 

COLLEGE 

Ann likes football and dancing 
at the Tote with Dave . . . 
shadows are Ann, Sue, and 
Barb . . . college in the fall. 
Secretary of Drama Club 3, 4; 
Football Usher 3; Graduation 
Usher 3; Mirror 4; Dance Com- 
mittee; Orchestra 2. 



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Hugh D. MacDonald 

COLLEGE 

Mac enjoys hockey and sleep- 
ing ... a strong dislike for 
noisy girls . . . plans to attend 
New England Institute . . . 
seen with Dick and Bob. 







Arthur MacNeil 

accounting 

Mac's favorite pastime is just 
plain loafing . . . likes base- 
ball and pals with Don and 
Burt . . . pet peeve is home- 
work . . . who can blame 
him . . . Bentley's in Septem- 
ber. 



Calvin MacQueen accounting 

Cal states, "You can't have it" . . . friends include Judy, Sonny, 
Phil and Vinnie . . . plans to help Uncle Sam and then attend Bentley's 

Band 2; Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. 



John Mahoney 

Jake likes hot-rodding and building engines . . 
college . . . dislikes the long day on Thursday 
Skippy, Doug and Bob. 



COLLEGE 

intends to go to 
. . followers are 








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Robert Mailly college 

After graduation Bob plans to go into the Air Force, then become a 
teacher. He enjoys tinkering with his '.ar. He can be seen with Bill, 
Mike and Pete. 
Football 2; Mirror Representative 2. 

Joan Lee Manning college 

Telephone conversations are favorites with Joan who would like to 
become a nurse after graduation . . . She dislikes parking tickets and 
may be seen with Birdie and Nancey. 

National Honor Society 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Knitting Club 2; Red 
Cross 3; Girls' Sports 2, 3; Graduation and Class Day Usher 3. 




Beverly Marcoux 

clerical 

Dancing and talking to Arthur 
are Bucky's pastimes. Conceited 
people, homework and sessions 
are her dislikes. After gradu- 
ation Bucky plans to go to 
business school. 




Dorothy E. Marshall 

COLLEGE 
Dottie likes swimming, reading 
and listening to the radio, but 
dislikes learning to drive. 
Shadows are Judy and Barbara. 
She has already been accepted 
at Chandler's. 

Dramatic Club 2; Glee Club 3; 
German Club 4; Monitor 4; Mir- 
ror 4. 



William Marshall 

GENERAL 

Bill can usually be seen at the 
YMCA or swimming with Joe 
and Doc ... he dislikes 
homework . . . after gradu- 
ation he plans to be an oper- 
ating engineer. 




Robert Mason 

GENERAL 

Oh, how he hates to get up 
in the morning. Bob's future 
plan is entering the Marines. 
You'll always find him driving 
with Mike Lally or playing 
baseball. 




Nancy McAdam college 

No warning bell echoes as Nancy hurries along with Jane and 
Joan . . . weekends in Vermont rate high with this miss who 
plans to enter Middlebury or Jackson. 

Monitor 4; Art Club 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Graduation Usher 3; Dance 
Committee 3; Girls' Sports 2, 3. 

Joanne E. McCawley college 

Being with Paul and with Marie, Barby, Jody, and Shila are tops 
with Jo . . . future operator is quoted as always saying "I Know." 
.... dislikes noisy people. 

Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 



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Thomas McGovern 

COLLEGE 

Among Mac's many interests 
golf rates high . . . listening to 
old records and being with 
Nap, Leo, Bill, and Hal make 
it hard to meet that detestable 
10 o'clock curfew. 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 
4; Junior Prom Chairman; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Class 
Day Marshal. 



Hugh J. McDonald trade— machine 

"Mac" plans to be a machinist after he graduates . . . enjoys 
playing basketball and baseball with Jim, Bob, and Mutt. 
Hockey Cheerleader 3, 4; Mirror 2, 4; Red Cross 2; Student Council, 
Student Ex. Committee. 

Joan McGovern college 

Joanie likes eating pizza with the kids . . . although she is a peppy 
hockey cheerleader football is her favorite sport . . . noisy gum- 
chewers annoy this future lady in white. 

Knitting Club 2; Girls' Sports 3, 4; Junior Class Secretary; Junior Prom 
Committee; Glee Club 3, 4. 



Charles McLaughlin 

college 

Charlie may be identified by 
his red hair . . . likes to eat, 
sleep, and play baseball . . . 
we can see him with Bob, Mike 
and Bob . . . dislikes home- 
work. 
Camera Club 2, 3. 



Robert McLeod 

general 

Angus' pastime is listening to 
Hayloft Jamboree . . . pet 
peeve is woman drivers and 
road hogs . . . likes to hunt 
swim, and fish . . . undoubted- 
ly he will join the service. 
Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. 




Donald Melanson general 

"Mel," Miss Devane's favorite student may be seen with Jack, Steve, 
Jim, and Mike . . . likes sleeping and football . . . look for him 
as a state policeman in a few years. 



TRADE— AUTOMOBILE 



Paul Francis McShane 

Paul likes to play basketball and has a job at Candyland ... his 
friends are Dicky Ryan, Egar, and Carol . . . plans to be a mechanic. 



William Mederios 

general 

Bill may bs seen with his best 
friends, Don and Mac or work- 
ing at the First National . . . 
dislikes homework and con- 
tends it should be abolished. 




Roberta Ann Meserve college 

Birdie loves basketball and swimming . . . can usually be found 
with Nancey McAdam and Joan Manning, when she isn't taking 
care of her rabbits . . . plans to attend Oberlin College. 
Mirror Rep. 2, 3; Sports 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Art 
Club 2, 3, 4; Mardi Gras Committee 3; Graduation Usher 3; News- 
paper 4. 

Robert Meyers college 

Bebe, a future millionaire . . . enjoys playing morta and basketball 
. . . dislikes homework . . . constant companions . . . Joe, Paul, Bob, 
Bill, and Al. 
Basketball 2. 



Alan Miller 

college 

"Studs" likes reading good in- 
telligent adult scientific fiction 
... he dislikes long phone 
conversations . . . pals are 
Buzz, Hank, and Tom. 
German Club 3; Rifle Club 2; 
Dramatic Club 4; Newspaper 
4; Mirror Staff 4, Rep. 4; 
Christmas Play 3. 








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Pasquale Mobilia 

COLLEGE 

"How's every little thing?" in- 
quires friendly "Patsy" . . . 
enjoys all sports . . . like 
most boys he dislikes knee 
socks . . . headed for Tufts. 
Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. 




Lorraine Miller 

COLLEGE 

"Mil" enjoys talking on the 
phone and eating pizza . 
didn't like homework . . . 
partners in crime . . . Sheila, 
Mary Ann, Phyllis and Bob 
. . . hopes to attend Burdette 
College. 

Dramatic Club 2; German Club 
4; Honor Roll 2. 





Robert Milligan college 

"Bob" likes football and the Red Sox . . . constant companions . . . 
Joe, Ross, Pat and Bill . . . plans to attend Boston University. 
Rifle Club 2, 3. 

Richard Philip Morreale college 

Popular Dick likes football . . . dislikes gum chewers . . . buddies 
include Angelo, Al, Don, and Tom . . . destination— college. 
Football 2, 3, 4; Vice President Sophomore Class; Vice President 
Junior Class; Vice President Executive Council 4; Homeroom Rep. 2, 
3; Dramatic Club 2; Junior Prom Committee; Graduation Marshal 3; 
Boys' Sports Editor 4; Sophomore Decorating Committee 2; Mirror 
Rep. 3; Good Government Day Rep. 












Angelo Mosca 

COLLEGE 

This well-known football player 
can be found with Tom, Stan, 
or Mike . . . football is his 
favorite sport (Natch) . . . 
dislikes conceited girls ... a 
future college football star. 
Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 
3, 4. 



Paul Neelon 

COLLEGE 

Paul is headed for Boston Col- 
lege . . . women drivers and 
Bermuda shorts are his pet 
peeves while swimming and 
Saturday nights with Ann are 
tops. 
Camera Club 2; Rifle Club 3. 



Roland C. Morris, Jr. trade— welding 

"Roily" dislikes sloppy looking automobiles . . . enjoys auto races 
and being with his younger brother Bruce . . . hopes to own a 
welding shop. 

Anna Morrison clerical 

"Frankie" likes going out with the gang and ice skating with Bev 
and Eileen . . . dislikes people who are constantly late . . . 
plans to be a typist. 
Commercial Club 4. 




David Murphy 

college 

"Tall Murph" likes football and 
those trips to see Jack . . . 
work is the "horrors" . . . 
after graduation Dave is headed 
for the University of Florida and 
then the Marines. 
Football 3, 4. 



Nancy Neffinger 

stenographic 

"That's the spirit" says red 
headed Nan . . . can be found 
swimming, reading or with 
Frannie, Marie or the gang 
. . . she plans to enlist in the 
WAVES as a physical therapist. 
Art Club 2, 3, 4; Archery 2, 3, 
4; Commercial Club 4. 



Carolyn Nelson stenographic 

"Oh Sugar," says Carol who dislikes homework . . . likes dancing, 
baseball, and music . . . chums with Helen and Rosemarie . . . 
a secretary to be. 

Glee Club 3; Softball 3. 

Constance Neville college 

Our busiest senior . . . plans a teaching career . . . enjoys swimming 
and football games . . . seen rushing around to get our newspaper 
column in on time. 

Mirror 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 2, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; Secretary- 
Treasurer National Honor Society 3} 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Execu- 
tive Council 4; Red Cross 3. 



William A. Nordstrom general 

After graduation Bill plans to join the Navy . . . photography and 
boating with his chums-Arthur and Bill are tops along with those 
dates with Laurel . . . tardy people rate low. 

Camera Club 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4; Electricians Committee 4; 
Visual Aid 3, 4. 

David Nugent technical 

Dave dislikes rainy days but just the opposite with basketball and 
pool . . . plans on having a career in engineering after graduation. 

Tech Club 4. 



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Joan Nutile 

accounting 

Joanie dislikes conceited peo- 
ple and homework while those 
Eddie Fisher records rate high 
. . . a business school for 
Joanie after graduation. 
Glee Club 2; Red Cross 3; 
Bowling 3; Commercial Club. 




E. Ann O'Donnell 

college 

A business school is in Ann's 
immediate future . . . she has 
many activities to occupy her 
spare time especially Paul and 
going out with the kids. 

Junior Prom Committee; Girls' 
Sports 2, 3, 4; Knitting Club 2; 
German Club 3, 4; Class Day 
and Graduation Usher 3. 



Gail O'Hara 

COLLEGE 

Gaye plans to go to college 
after graduation ... a lover 
of horses . . . dislikes drugstore 
cowboys . . - enjoys watching 
WHS's hockey team in action. 
Camera Club 2, 3, Secretary 4. 




Elaine O'Neill 

clerical 

Shorty likes to swim that is 
when she isn't with Barb or 
Diane . . . likes dates with 
Jimmy . . . pet peeve is people 
who make fun of what she eats 
. . . what do you eat, Shorty? 





Florence Marie Parsons business 

Flo's favorite pastime is being with Ronnie . . . enjoys ice skating 
. . . friends are Joanne, Betty, Jean, Edna, and Janice . . . plans 
to be a secretary. 
Knitting Club 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4. 

George Pereira business 

A future business man, Perry enjoys repairing cars . . . also likes 
basketball . . . dislikes squirrels . . . may usually be found with 



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Claire Picard 

home EC 

Claire wants to be a nurse . . . 
likes good music ... ice skat- 
ing is also high on her list 
. . always with Donna Petter- 
son and Elizabeth Doherty. 



Douglas Petipas general 

Athletic Doug . . . likes to eat, sleep and be merry . . . dislikes 
homework. 

Carol Ann Phelan business 

Carol doesn't like rainy days . . . enjoys drawing and ice skating . . . 
pals are Norma, Marjie, Barbara, Betty and Carolyn. 
Archery 3; Talent Show 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee. 



Roberta Rae Pittman 
home EC 

Bobbie enjoys skating and bowl- 
ing . . . dislikes conceited peo- 
ple . . . friends are Jane, 
Barb, Pat and Lois . . . hopes 
to attend business school. 
Glee Club 2; Monitor 2, 3; 
FHA 3. 



William Pittman 

GENERAL 

Athletic Bill enjoys playing 
football and hockey . . . dis- 
likes homework . . . partners 
in crime include Ralph Wheldon 
and Mike Carme. 
Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4. 




DONNA PETTERSON 

HOME EC 

Donna is always with her boy 
friend or roller skating . . . 
chums are Maryann, Claire and 
Betty . . . hopes to hear wed- 
ding bells after graduation. 



Sheila Ann Porter college 

"Sheil" dislikes waiting for people who are late . . . likes football 

and Dennis . . . special pals are Jeanne, Carol and Audrey . . . 
plans to be a telephone operator. 

Ann Powers business 

Ann likes roller skating atid sleeping . . . dislikes sessions and 
homework . . . pals include Carol, Kay, Fran, and Betty . . . plans 
to be a secretary. 




Mary Priest stenographic 

Mary likes to play records and listen to the radio . . . enjoys ice 
skating and bowling . . . dislikes conceited people . . . can usually 
be seen with Jeanne, Carol, Jean or Larry . . . future plans include 
secretarial work. 
Photography Club 2; Girls' Sports 2. 3; Girls' Recreational Committee 3. 

David Purcell general 

"Dave" hopes to be a radio announcer . . . watch college football 
games and playing baseball are tops, while certain gym periods 
rate low . . . buddies are Hal, Phil, Buzz, Bill, Mike and Norm. 



Judith Ann Putnam 

COLLEGE 

Judy enjoys writing letters to 
Lafayette . . . she's happy when 
swimming, but oh, when the 
"Put mobile" won't start, watch 
out! . . . always with Ann, June 
and Peg . . . plans to be a 
nurse. 

Knitting Club 2, 3; Art Club 
4, Co-President 4; Class Day 
and Graduation Usher 3; Girls' 
Sports 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Leg- 
islature 4; Dance Committee 4. 





Lewis Putney 

GENERAL 

Louie dislikes homework in gen- 
eral . . . likes pool and sleep- 
ing .. . pals include Nick, Sam, 
and Steve . . . future undecided 
as yet. 



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Carole Quagliozzi 

stenographic 

"Quaq's" favorite pastime is 
being with Bob Langley . . . 
loves football . . . dislikes 
moody people . . . usually 
is asking her pals, Mary, Jean 
or Marion "Have you seen 
Bob?" . . . plans to be a sec- 
retary. 




Leonard Quental 

COLLEGE 

Quiet Len can usually be found 
with Barbara Devlin, George, 
or Gessy . . peeved by 

women drivers . . enjoys 

basketball and dancing . . . 
future plans include Uncle Sam 
and college. 




Nicholas Ragno general 

"Nick" wonders why there is always a shortage of paper . . . 
chess and sleeping top his list of favorites . . . pals include Louis and 
Sam . . . another nephew of Uncle Sam. 

Lois Rand general 

"Lo's" main interests are basketball and listening to the radio . . . 
chums are Barb, Dana, Pat and Jane . . . plans to be a nurse after 
graduation. 

Usher 4; Monitor 4; FHA Club 4; Girls' Sports 3, 4. 



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Richard Rhodes 

TECH 

"Reg" includes Bob, Al, and 
Dick among his best friends 
. . . likes football, cars, and 
girls ... is headed for the 
service after graduation. 



Helen Reardon 



STENOGRAPHIC 



"Honey" hopes to become a secretary . . . can be found playing 
tennis or ice skating with Lois or Carolyn . . . dislikes conceited 
people. 

William Regan college 

Bill likes eating and football . . . dislikes homework and getting up 
in ihe morning . . . accomplices include Jerry and Mike . . . after 
graduation he is headed for Tufts. 

Art Club 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4. 











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Eileen Rice 

clerical 

Conceited kids are Connie's pet 
peeve . . . likes going out with 
Ann, Bev, Jane ... a rabid 
basketball fan . . . plans to 
become a'typist. 
Commercial Club 4. 






Ernest Richardson 

college 

Ernie dislikes women drivers 
. . . likes all sports, especially 
hunting . . . can usually be 
found working on cars or hunt- 
ing woodchucks .. . . un- 
certain as to the future. 

Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Rifle 
Club 2, 3; Homeroom Legisla- 
ture 4. 




Paul Rigoli college 

Paul enjoys eating Italian spaghetti . . . partners in crime are Bob, 
Bill and Bobe . . . hates women drivers ... a football fan . . . 
college for Paul after graduation. 

Football 2, 3, 4. 

Richard T. O'Reilly trade-printing 

After graduation plans to be a printer . . . likes playing basketball 
and bowling with David, Jim, Don, Ken, A\ac and Bill. 



Madeline Ridenti 

college 

This pert miss hates waiting for 
mail . . . baseball and playing 
records are tops with "Mad" 
. . . plans to go either to 
B.U. or Jackson . . . pals with 
all the gang. 

Dramatic Club 2; Glee Club 3; 
Bowling 2, 3. 




Helen Rivers Stenographic 

This smart young lady enjoys playing records and watching TV with 
Joan Angie and Maureen ... is crazy over tennis . . . has a strong 
dislike for conceited people . . . headed toward a secretarial career. 

Catherine Rizzo clerical 

Lazy people go to the bottom of Kay's list while bowling and 



being with Vin are on the top 
corridors with Mai, Mary and Fran. 



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ROSEMARIE ROBILLARD 

COLLEGE 

Peanuts is planning to go to 
the Conservatory of Music . . . 
likes talking on the phone to 
KGS . . . doesn't like the ser- 
vice taking her man . . 
seen with Carolyn and Eleanor. 

Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club 1. 





Suzanne Robinson 

stenographic 

Sue likes football and working 
at Brighams . . . one of the 
"Big Four" . . . plans to make 
some boss a good secretary 
. . . dislikes eggs. 



G. Jean Rogerson 

COLLEGE 

"I have to write a letter to 
Phyl" can often be heard from 
this small package . . . enjoys 
watching and cheering at the 
hockey games and talking to 
the kids . . . dislikes home- 
work and gossips. 
Hockey Cheerleader 3, 4; Dra- 
matic Club 2; Glee Club 3; 
Mirror 4. 




Harvey Rosenfield 

technical 

Basketball is his favorite sport 
. . . dislikes homework . . . 
Harv's future plans include col- 
lege at MIT or RPI. 
Debating Club 2; Teck. Club 
3, 4;, Secretary 4; German 
Club 3, 4, President; News- 
paper; Mirror Rep. 



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Richard Robert Ryan trade 

Dick dislikes mathematics . . . likes to sleep and play basketball 
. . . buddies include Paul, and Mac. 

Frances S. Salamone accounting 

Frannie enjoys listening to the radio and reading and going bowling 
with the gang . . . dislikes conceited people and homework . . . 
Frannie hopes to go to a business school next fall. 




Carole Salstrom college 

A future Florence Nightingale . . . Carole likes movies and football 
games with Eleanor, Barb, and Sally . . . dislikes the long lunch line. 
Dramatic Club; Knitting Club, Secretary-Treasurer 3. 

George Sangeleer general 

A disliker of homework . . . likes to Roller Skate at the Wal-lex 
. . . undecided about the future . . . Red Sox fan. 
Photo Club. • 



Hazel Frances 
Saulnier 

accounting 

Haze plans two years at busi- 
ness school . . . likes to bowl 
. . . seen with Ann, Carol, 
Virginia, and Sally . . . thumbs 
down to conceited people. 




Joan AAeridith Savage 

COLLEGE 
A Red Sox fan . . . dislikes 
not receiving mail from Bucky 
. . . June, Ann, and Judy are 
her special friends ... art 
school after graduation. 

Glee Club; Archery 2, 3; Art 

Club; 



Carolyn Sawin 

clerical 

Carolyn can usually be seen 
with Barb, Rae, Patty, Joan or 
Shirley . . . football games and 
reading gets her vote for top 
position . . . Chandler's next 
fall. 

Commercial Club 4; Football 
Ushers 4. 




Frances Jean Scalia 

clerical 

Fran likes to go to the movies 
. . . chums are Pat, Mary, Ann, 
and Carol . . . pet peeve those 
3 o'clock sessions . . . desires 
a position as a clerk or typist. 



Joseph P. Scalia stenographic 

Joe plans to become a teacher . . . dislikes conceited girls . . . 
playing tennis and chess with Vinnie and Al occupies busy Joe's 
leisure moments. 

Student Council 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 2; Newspaper 4; Mirror 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4. 

Patricia Schaufus home ec 

Pat dislikes conceited people . . . aspires to be an occupational 
therapist . . . likes to roller skate and football games . . . chums 
are Jane, Sis, Lois and Barb. 
Football Usher 2. 3, 4; FHA 4; Monitor 4. 



Barbara Schoener home ec 

Barb hates to see WHS lose a football game . . . likes dates with 
Richie . . . can be seen wandering the corridors with Diane, Elaine, 
and Jeanne. 
Badminton 2; Dramatic Club 3; Cheerleader 3. 



Paul Schofield 



CLERICAL 



Paul or "Little Schoie". as called by Dick and Jerry, plans to be 
a stockbroker . . . likes to watch basketball games. 



Mary Senior 

accounting 

Third lunch and late people 
are quiet Mary's pet peeves 
. . wants to go to business 
school . . . often seen with 
Ginger, Patty, Cappa and Joan. 

Bowling 3. 





Barbara Shanklin 

clerical 

Better known as Shank . . . 
likes being with Joe and bas- 
ketball . . . dislikes conceited 
people . . . can usually be seen 
with Fran . . . office work 
after graduation for Shank. 
Student Council 3; Commercial 
Club 4. 



Robert Shea 

trade — machine 

Any out door sports go with 
Bob . . . pals are Jim, Mac 
and Mutt . . . plans to go into 
the tool and die making. 




Gerald Shriberg 

technical 

"Good ole sleepin', and eat- 
in'" top Buzzy's list . . . likes 
basketball . . . partners in 
crime are Bill, Joe, Harvey and 
Al . . . hopes Jo become a 
good teacher. 

Band 2; Visual Aid 2, 3, 4; 
Dance Committee 2, 4, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Dra- 
matic Club 4; Red Cross 3; 
Glee Club 4. 




ROSS SlCOTTE ACCOUNTING 

A future radio and TV repair man . . . Ross may be seen with 
Norm, Joe or Bob . . . likes working at the ATL. 



Edward Silveria 



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A future college man or one of Uncle Sam's boys . . . dislikes 
girls . . . likes all sports and being with Allen, Jimmy, George and 
Ted. 

Camera Club. 




Rita Smith 

stenographic 

Bonnie . . . WHS's prettiest 
cheerleader, would like to go 
to a business school after 
graduation . . . often seen 
bombing around in her Ford 
with Betty, Joanie or Dot. 
Knitting 2; Mirror 2, 4; Cheer- 
leader 3, 4; Concert 2. 



Bill Sinclair college 

Bill dislikes homework in general and talkative girls . . . likes to 
eat . . . pals include Bob. Dave, Paul, and Bob . . . undecided future. 
Rifle Club 2; Basketball; Visual Aid 2, 3, 4. 

Peter Smith college 

One of our hockey players . . . Pete dislikes kilts and knee socks 
. . . likes skating, dancing, and shooting . . . plans to attend 
Norwich or Tufts. 

Student Council 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 2, 3. 4; Mirror 
Rep. 4. 




Marguerite Snow 

steno 

"Marge" . .. swimming, skat- 
ing, and tennis top her list of 
favorites . . . likes to bowl at 
the Wal-lex . . . moody peo- 
ple are out of it . . . plans 
to attend business school. 
Commercial Club 4; Glee Club 
2, 3; Girls' Sports. 



Patricia Spaulding 

clerical 

Pat's ambition is to work in 
the bank . . . pet peeve con- 
ceited people . . . favorite 
sports are swimming and rol- 
ler-skating . . . enjoys being 
with Bob . . . pals are Barbara, 
Joan, Betty. 

Orchestra 3, 4; Football Usher 
3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 




MARCIA G. Standel HOME EC 

Roller skating and collecting records are Marsh's favorite pastimes . . . 

always with Lois, Pat, Sandra . . . hates waiting for buses. 

Henry Stewart tech 

Studious Hank enjoys reading and football games . . . future plans 

include Amherst and MIT . . . Hank's pet peeve is cheating. 

German Club 3, 4; Debating 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Science 
Fair 2; Cafeteria Worker 2. 



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Elizabeth Ann Spilva 
steno 

Looking for a certain neighbor 
is Betty Ann's favorite pastime 
. . . dislikes conceited people 
. . . favorite sports, basketball 
and football. 

Football Usher 2, 3; Glee Club 
2,_ 3; Dramatic Club 4; Gradu- 
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Clifford Straw college 

Following graduation, Cliff plans to be an accountant . . . pet 
peeve is women drivers . . . accomplices are Ernie, Dave, Paul and 
Dud. 

Sawyer Swain general 

Friendly Sawyer dislikes unco-operative people . . . favorite pastime 
eating and attending football games . . . buddies Ernie, Ken, Dud 
. . . Ambition successful mechanic 



Armand Swajian 

COLLEGE 

"Arm" ... an admirer of 
basketball and automobiles . . . 
hates to stay until 3:00 p.m. on 
Thursdays . . . can be found 
with Dana, Maria, Pete, and 
Bo . . . after graduation Ar- 
mand will take a pre-medical 
cou-se at Tufts. 

Tech Club 3; Art Club 2; Moni- 
tor 4. 




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Robert Swenson 

GENERAL 

Amateur radio and hockey an 
Bob's favorite pastimes . . . 
pet peeve getting up early . . . 
pals are George and Leonard 
. . . ambition study electronics. 



Angelo Taranto 

COLLEGE 

Angie hopes to attend college 
. . . pet peeve long skirts and 
knee socks . . . favorite pastime 
playing football and being with 
the gang . . . partners in 
mirth Bill, Al and Bill. 




Arlene Tierney 

business 

Arl hopes to go to Chamber- 
lain . . . when she is not 
skating or dancfng . . . 
can be found listening to 
radio . . . best friends 
Joyce and Maureen . . 
likes conceited people. 



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Marion Townsend 

"For heavens sake" exclaims Marion . . . enjoys football and basket- 
ball games . . . partners in crime include Carol, Jean and Mary . . . 
Marion loves to dance. 

Janet Tedesco business 

Jan enjoys watching TV and seeing Dave . . . she is usually seen 
with Sylvia and Kay . . . after graduation . . . hopes to hear wedding 
bells. 








Jeanne L. Vincuilla 

home EC 

Rusty dislikes homework . . 
likes to sing and talk . . 
enjoys basketball games . . 
friends include Maureen, Diane 
Joyce, Arlene and Barbara . . 
destined to be a telephone 
operator. 

Dramatic Club; Music Club; 
Knitting Club. 



Margorie Varley 

Usually found with Ginger and Bonnie 



ACCOUNTING 

. likes to ride with Bob 
as a future business school attendant, she labels everything 



"terrific!" 

Donald Vautour 



Don can't reconcile himself to coming 
early . . . likes watching TV and football 
his followers are Ralph, Dick and Duffy . . 
as a comedian. 

Football 2, 4; Baseball 4. 



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Alphonse Vitale 

COLLEGE 

Al is always eating or playing 
football . . . dislikes knee sox 
intensely . . . travels with Joe, 
Graves, Bob, and Bill ... a 
future college boy. 
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 2; Football 2, 3, 4. 



Sylvania VlTTI 

STENOGRAPHIC 

Civic minded Syl takes great 
pleasure in entertaining in 
hospitals and camps . . . she'd 
rather watch TV than do home- 
work . . . hopes to be a 
medical secretary before going 
into show business. 




Sheila Wallace steno 

Bowling and roller skating take up most of Sheila's spare time . . . 
can often be seen with Arlene, Phyllis and Norma. 
Commercial Club 4; Dramatic Club 2; Junior Prom Committee; Mirror 
4; Representative to Women's Club 4; Graduation Usher 3. 

Margaret Walls college 

Peggy plans to go to Simmon's and take up retailing . . . enjoys 
basketball and hockey . . . pastime is bombing over to Mary's place. 
Honor Society 3, 4; Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; Knitting Club 2, 3; Dra- 
matic Club 2, 3; Mirror 2, 4; Newspaper 3, 4. 



Jane Volpe 

COLLEGE 

Janie likes WTAO and eating 
pizza . . . often heard saying 
nachts nichts . . . enjoys at- 
tending all WHS's football and 
basketball games . . . friends, 
El lie, Joan, and Rosie. 
Girls' Sport 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
3; Student Council 2; Drama- 
tic Club 2; Parent's Night Ush- 
er 2, 3; Class Day and Gradu- 
ation Usher 3; Co-Editor of 
Mirror 4. 





Elizabeth Walsh stenographic 

Betty's ambition is to hear wedding bells . . . likes watching football 
games . .' . friends include Sue, Betty, Anne, Sis, Gail, and Bonnie 
. . . favorite pastime— dating Tommy. 
Football Usher 3, 4. 

Dorothy Ware college 

Dottie plans to get the ideal job after graduation . . . enjoys basket- 
ball and being with Leo . . . accomplices are Bonnie, Betty, and Kay. 

Mirror 2, 4; Vice President of Student Council 4; Newspaper 2, Assis- 
tant Editor 4; Sophomore Hop Committee; Dramatic Club 2; Junior 
Class Treasurer; Knitting Club 3; Cheerleader 3, 4. 





Paul Robert Welch 
trade — automobile 

Paul's ambitions include being 
a Diesel Engineer . . . likes 
weekend trips and hockey . . . 
friends include Jim and Bobie. 




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GENERAL 

Ralph intends to join the Navy 
and see the world . . . cohorts 
are Bill and Mike . . . likes his 
sleep. 

Hockey 2, 3, 4 ; Football 4; 
Baseball 2. 



Joanne White 

clerical 

Swimming, basketball, and lis- 
tening to good music rate high 
with Joanne . . . friends in- 
clude Nancy, Linda, Berta, and 
Pat. 




Kenneth Whitney 

COi-LEGE 

"Ken" insists his favorite sport 

is sleeping . . . enjoys being 

with cars, Dud, Ernie, Mai, 

Cliff, and Sawyer . . •. upon 

graduating Ken plans to study 
medicine. 

Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Cafe- 
teria 3, 4. 




Marie Williams college 

"Rhea" . . . heard saying "It's a cruel World" . . . hates to be kept 

waiting . . . likes football and that certain boy. 

Art Club 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Dance Committee 4; Graduation Usher 3. 

Audrey Wilson college 

"Aud" . . . enjoys basketball, football and listening to popular 
music . . . wants to become a world traveler. 

Camera Club 2; Dramatic Club 3. 





James Worrall college (tech) 

"Jim" enjoys baseball and loafing . . . dislikes studying ... is 
always found with Lovie, Harvey, and Henry . . . plans to study 
chemical engineering after graduation. 
Photo Club 2; German Club 3, 4. 

Wallace Worth general 

After graduation Wally plans to become a salesman . . . enjoys 
working on his car . . . buddy is Dave . . . pet peeve women drivers. 



Patricia Zeolla 

business 

"Pat" dislikes "disrespectful" 
kids . . . can be heard saying, 
"Hi there, Daddy" . . . enjoys 
dancing . . . always with Joan, 
Carol, Mary, Jo Ann, Frannie 
and Toni . . . following gradu- 
ation Pat plans to study the 
dance. 




John Nicholas Arrigo 
trade— welding 

"Blackie" likes his '39 Ford 
and girls . . . favorite sports 
are hockey and football . . . 
pals ere Jack and Dick. 



John Bannon 



general 



"Jake" plans to be a construc- 
tion engineer . . . music, foot- 
ball, and basketball rate high 
while homework is his pet 
peeve . . . pals include Paul 
and Dick. 



James T. Billard 

trade— machine 

Jim dislikes sneakers . . . likes 
football, hockey and hunting 
. . . buddies are Mutt and Bob 
. . . hopes to attend college. 



John Edward Cain 

trade — machine 

Racing cars rates high with 
"Johnn" . . . dislikes girls . . . 
best friend is John O'Brien . . . 
hopes to be a machinist. 



Robert J. Carroll 

TRADE— AUTO 

Bob plans to join the Army . . . 
best buddy . . . Pipe. 



Frank Ceilee 

Frank enjoys golf and playing the clarinet 

Machinist. 



TRADE — MACHINE 
. . . plans to be a 



Edgar Francis Clark 

Ed plans to join the Army . . . best friend is Jimmy. 



TRADE— AUTO 



Allfred Collura TECH 

"C'est la vie'" sighes Al while waiting for Bob, Jerry, and Mike . . . 
dislikes comprehensive examinations . . . another college boy. 
Tech Club 3, 4. 



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Robert Dennison 

trade— welding 

Denny plans to join the Navy . . . forever 
working on cars . . . pals include Bob, Fred, 
and Ron. 



Earle R. Fairfield 

TRADE— WELDING 

"Butch" likes baseball and roller skating . . . 
plans to join the Navy and see the world 
. . . best friend— John Rein. 



Richard H. Grimes 

TRADE— MECHANIC 
Dick dislikes baseball and drawing . . . 
best pal is Gus Van Horn . . . plans to be 
a machinist. 



Wesley AA. Jones 

TRADE— WELDING 

Wes's best pal is William Nally . . . likes 
football and baseball . . . plans to join the 
Army. 



Richard Thomas Lane 

trade— welding 

Dick can be seen with Paul Welch and Bob 
La Casse . . . dislikes sessions . . . likes to 
fix hot rods. 



Lorraine LeBlanc 

Lorry's ambition is to become a stenographer 
. • . pals are Mary and Carol . . . likes 
baseball and window shopping . . . dislikes 
little sisters' wisecracks. 

Music Club 2, 3, 4 ; Basketball 3; Art 
Club 2, 3, 4. 



Harold J. LeBreton, Jr. 

TRADE — MACHINE 
Harold enjoys golf and bowling ... he 
is friendly with everyone in his class . . . 
would like to attend MIT. 



Donald A. Maclean college 

"Why hello there!" exclaims Don . . . enjoys 

basketball, weight lifting and gymnastics 

. . . this future sailor chums with Mark, Stan, 
and Jake. 

Rifle Club 3; Art Club 3, 4. 



John MacNichol college 

The Air Force calls and Mac will answer 
. . . likes basketball and reading . . . one 
complaint— the crowded lunchrooms . . . 
chums-Steve, Don and Jim. 



Paul E. Mahoney college 

Boxing and riding with his girl are tops with 
Mo . . . chow line rates low . . . would 
like to go to a business administration school 
after graduation. 



John Robert McArdle 

trade — machine 

Mack enjoys making furniture and playing 
football . . . buddies include Jason, Jim, 
Jonesy, and Bob. 



Elizabeth V. McClellan 

HOME EC 

Betty, as she is known by Marilyn and Betty, 
likes swimming and dancing . . . dislikes 
people who don't act their age . . . future 
nurse. 

Library Helper; FHA. 



George W. Murphy 

TRADE — MACHINE 

"Mutt" likes participating in everything es- 
pecially with his good pals . . . Ray, Bob, 
and Jim. 



William Nally 

trade — machine 

Bill likes to play or watch baseball . . . 
after graduation he plans to join the Army. 



Kenneth J. Parker college 

Ken, when not with Tom or Wally, is sure 
to be playing basketball ... an ardent dis- 
liker of homework . . . Army after graduation. 



Richard Partridge 



college 



Dick plans a stretch in the Marine Corps . . . 
seen with the gang or in the winter playing 
hockey on Hardy Pond . . . dislikes girls. 



Joseph R. Piacentino 

TRADE— WELDING 

Joe enjoys being with Barb . . . also high 
on his list are Baseball, basketball, and 
bowling . . . buddies are Jack and John. 



Robert T. Pintabone 

TRADE— WELDING 

"Pinna" likes hockey and hot rods . . . 
friends include Jack, Elaine, and Dick . . . 
another of Uncle San's nephews. 



Charles Edward Piper 

trade— automobile 

Personable Charlie has many friends . . . 
plans to enter the service and then own his 
Auto Shop where he can put his WHS 
training to use. 



Edward John Shaw 

trade— welding 

"Red" can be seen with Dick, John, Joe, and 
Bucky . . . dislikes conceited girls . . . 
likes include football, baseball, and, of course, 
girls. 



Stephen Shaw general 

Steve dislikes homework . . . pals include 
Don, Jim, and Jack . . . plans to be a rugged 
Marine after graduation . . . likes football 
games. 



James Douglas Sperry 

trade— welding 

Enjoys working on automobiles . . . favorite 
sports include football, ice skating and 
stockcar racing . . . can be found with Fred, 
Dick, Carl, and Harold ... he soon will 
be in the service. 



Richard H. Thompson 

TRADE— WELDING 

Athletic "Bucky's" favorite sports are basket- 
ball and baseball . . . likes to sleep . . 
dislikes stuck-up girls . . . can be swn with 
Pete Bourque and Jack Shaw . . . another 
boy in the Air Force Blue. 



Robert I. Uhlendorff 

TRADE— CARPENTRY 
Uhly enjoys baseball and repairing radios 
. . . dislikes Liberace . . . pals include Bill 
and Ernie . . . plans to be a carpenter. 



Walter Frederic Walsh 

trade — machine 

Baseball and Shirley rate high with Walter 
. . . plans to be a tool maker. 



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"What did we have for homework," asks 
Eddie . . . plans to attend college . . . Bob 
Fredette and Charles McLean. 



Joseph S. West 

TRADE— CARPENTRY 

Joe likes speed skating and working on cars 
. . . friends are John, Dick, Jack, and Dave 
. . . plans to own a construction company. 



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We, the Class of 1955, being of sound mind 
and in full possession of our faculties, declare 
and assert this document to be our last will and 
testament. After payment of our just debts and 
obligations, we do hereby bequeath and distribute 
our meager estate as follows: 

To Mr. Sheehy, our congenial and understand- 
ing headmaster, we present an electronic brain 
detector for apprehending seniors who leave 
school without books. 

For Mr. May we leave a ream of extra-long 
composition paper for bigger and better session 
lists. 

To Miss Flagg we extend our sincere appreci- 
ation for her interest in our welfare, both present 
and future. 

Mrs. Windsor is bequeathed several cartons of 
huge alarm clocks equipped with supersonic 
sound for tardy pupils with the hope that they 
will arrive promptly at 8:00 on those fateful five 
mornings. 

To Mr. Ryan, our good-natured history teacher 
who is always interested in a new taste treat, we 
leave a chocolate covered hard boiled egg on a 
stick. 

Miss Mooney, our patient shorthand teacher, 
is left with an enlarged, group picture of the 
friendly, smiling faces in room 109 to keep on 
her desk always. 

Mr. Dwyer receives a leather-bound photograph 
album of his great productions including State 
Fair and the 1955 Senior Play, The 13th Chair. 

Miss Nolan, the business advisor, is given a 52 
weeks' supply of tickets to the program Twenty 
Questions. 

To Miss Hogarty and Miss Madden we present 
a squad of peppy, obedient cheerleaders who 
will attend every practice faithfully. 

For Miss Eaton we have written an essay, "The 
Art of Speaking English with a French Accent." 

Mr. Morang is willed a formula on Psychology 
in the Classroom, or How To Teach Chemistry and 
Maintain One's Sanity. 

To Mrs. Carney we leave an "oscar" for her help 
which made the Christmas Program such a suc- 
cess. 

Mr. Yetten receives an unbreakable yardstick, 
which we trust will be most appreciated. 

For Miss Darmedy we are installing a sound- 
proof room so that she may teach history in an 
atmosphere of absolute peace and quiet during 
classes with those "restless" students. 

To Mr. Hood we bequeath a supersonic word 
finder to aid him in his favorie game— scrabble. 

Miss McGrath is given a pair of snowshoes so 
that she can find her way back to W.H.S. from 
Natick, should she ever lose her way during a 
blizzard. 



For Mr. Avery we have secured a top-flight 
group of projectionists to further the Visual Ed- 
ucation Program. 

To Miss Bliss and Miss Babb we leave a book 
of treasured recipes and ideas including such fa- 
vorites as "How to Get the Most Out of the 
Least." 

Mr. Husson, our genial bookkeeping teacher, 
is given a gold desk plaque inscribed Mr. Debits 
and Credits. 

For Mr. Perkins we have engaged a robot f hat 
will take his place in the student driver car who"» 
those up and coming drivers prove too much 
for his frayed nerves. 

Mr. Smyth receives several boxes of assorted 
vitamins to fortify him for next year's masterpiece, 
the 1956 Mirror. 

Mr. Eames is given a book entitled How to 
Solve Algebra Problems in an Hour, written by 
his most talented students. 

To Mrs. Gabriel we present a handy portable 
frame with which to exhibit the best art from 
W.H.S. 

For Mr. MacArthur we have secured a contract 
with the Boston Celtics and hope that he will 
remember that he got his start at W.H.S. during 
the Student-Faculty game. 

To Miss Gearan we leave a scroll citing her 
for her help with the National Honor Society. 

To aid Mrs. Flynn, our teacher-librarian, we have 
appointed a special messenger to deliver the 
daily newspapers by 8:05 so that she may get 
the news while it is news. 

To the Juniors we leave the lofty position of 
dictatorship of the school, along with the brains 
and brawn of the Class of '55 to use as they see 
fit. 

The Sophomores are given a pamphlet on the 
"Ways and Means of Incoming Freshmen" which 
we trust needs no further explanation. 

For the Freshmen we reserve a special wing 
of the building (representing a playpen) where 
they may be safe from the upperclassmen. 

As Co-Executors of this will and testament we 
appoint Miss Tahaney, Miss Leary, Mr. White, and 
Mr. Curry. 

In view of the fact that the Class of 1955 
spent one year under the supervision of our be- 
loved and departed headmaster, Mr. Richard S. 
Huff, we would like to present an actual gift in 
the form of a check to the Huff Memorial Fund 
in honor of his memory. 

In Witness Whereof we have hereunto set our 
hand and seal this seventh day of June in the year 
of our Lord, one thousand, nine hundred and 
fifty-five. 

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"Flight 11 leaving La Guardia in ten minutes!" Hurriedly, my 
secretary, Marge Leone, and I followed the porter, John Mahoney, 
who was carrying our exclusive Bertha Kenneson luggage across 
the ramp to our waiting plane. As we boarded the giant Strato- 
cruiser, I presented my passport to the stewardess, Jean Lazaro. 

Once seated, I began to think of my exciting assignment for 
my editor, Dorothy Ware. The ALBANESE WORLD TRAVELER would 
print my series of articles and pictures on famous world locales. 
I decided to get my Grover Typewriter and start my first article, 
but I was too thrilled to settle down to work. 

Our hostess, Barbara Lanctot, brought us some Lively Gum and 
invited us to adjourn to the lounge downstairs to watch the 
KEZER COMEDY REVUE emceed by that fast-rising, versatile come- 
dian, Don Vautour. As I entered the room, I recognized the "TV 
fix-it man of the year" Bill Nordstrom adjusting the Morreale 
Airline TV. I took the only empty seat in the room and found 
myself sitting beside Cliff Straw, who was the United States 
Ambassador to Norway. We settled back to enjoy the show, and 
after a few jokes, Don introduced that accomplished singer, pianist, 
accordionist, dancer, and poet, Sylvana Vitti. Next in line among 
the performers were the interpretive modern ballet dancers, Joan 
Duddy and Patty Zeolla. 

Just this moment the pilot, Tommy McGovern, who had left his 
co-pilot, Bob Graves, in charge, came back to tell us that we 
would soon be stopping at Reykjavik, Iceland, to refuel. Upon 
landing at field, the mechanic, Dave Eagle, discovered that ice 
had formed on the wings and that we would be delayed for 
some time. While waiting for the necessary repairs to be made, 
Margie and I decided to take a tour. Walking along what seemed 
to be the main street, we came upon an adorable little Gift 
Shop in the shape of an igloo. Its unexpected presence aroused 
our female curiosity, and we eagerly entered the igloo. Once in- 
side, we immediately became absorbed in the lovely variety of 
gifts and notions. We didn't notice the quiet approach of the 
proprietress until we heard her pleasant, "May I help you?" That 
soft and appealing voice could belong to only one person— Judy 
Bomengen! 

She mentioned that the U.S.O. performers from the States were 
giving a show for the servicemen at the nearby base. Our arms 
laden with gifts we left the shop in search of Marine quarters. 

On the way we met another former classmate, Joan McGovern, 
who, we discovered, was now in the Marine Nurses Corps and 
stationed here. She invited us to attend the U.S.O. show with her, 
and on the way we reminisced about the many happy times we 
had had at W.H.S. Joan told us that a number of nurses had just 
returned from duty in Thule, Greenland, and would now be under 
her supervision. Among them were Jane Gordon, Carol Borden, 
and Judy Putnam. She also told us that all the boys who had 
entered the service together had, by some strange coincidence, 
been stationed here all working as construction engineers. They 
were Joe Costa, Charlie Czedik, Charlie McLaughlin, Dick Partridge, 
Ronnie Pari, Don MacLean, Bob Comeau, and Leo Bilodeau. After 
the show, we bade hurried goodbyes to Joan and all our other 
friends, and hastened to our awaiting Stratocruiser, which was to 
take us to our next stop— London! 

We were in the air for about two hours before landing at the 
Croyden Airdrome just outsHe the city. As our schedule called for 
a week-end stay in England, we hailed a cab and proceeded to 
the HAPGOOD MANOR. At the hotel we changed into street 
clothes, and being women we yielded to our feminine impulse to 
go window shopping. Naturally we couldn't walk to the shopping 
district, so we did the only sensible thing that any women would 
do with a lot of money that wasn't theirs— we decided to use 
some of our expense money to rent a car for the week-end. After 
we had found the address of our nearest auto-rental in the City 
of London directory, we dashed down to the garage with natural 
eagerness of all tourists. We discovered the proprietor to be 
Richard Cooper. He recommended the lower-priced cars, figuring 
we were traveling on a restricted budget, but we chose the most 
elegant and most expensive of all sport cars he had to offer— a 
lavender Jaguar with deep purple velvet seat covers. We also learned 
from Dick that Bill Delorey, Ken Parker, and Jack Levey were 
all working for him as auto mechanics. 

We drove majestically off in the direction of the London 
Bridge and startled staid Londoners who were strolling around 
Picadilly Circus. 

We parked the car, and giving it a loving pat we wandered 
off down Bond Street. In passing we gazed covetously at the 
furs and beautiful gowns that Dickens and Jones and the Liberty 
Shop had to offer. 

Across the street we noticed an unusual but strangely familiar 
sign. The name, Lillibridge, caught our eye. Unconsciously, we 
quickened our step toward the fur salon. Once inside, we met 
Judy Lillibridge, and after a moment of "hellos and how are yous?" 
she showed us around the shoppe. We didn't pay much attention 



to the models until we heard familiar laughter and excited voices 
calling our names. This seemed to be our day for meeting old 
school friends. Sheila Duffy, Barbs Schoener, Sheila Wallace, and 
Jeanne Vincuilla came rushing from the dressing room and gaily 
danced aDout us, just bombarding us with questions about home: 
"Had Waltham High changed since we had all left there? Had 
we seen this person or that one lately?" The girls told us that 
they knew of another classmate in London who owned a tea 
shoppe, but they kept the name of the owner as a surprise. The 
seven of us must have made a delightful spectacle as we walked 
and talked our way toward the shoppe of our mysterious friend. 
For some reason the way seemed familiar, but Marge and I took 
little note of our surroundings until we heard Jeanne exclaim, 
"Will you look at this 'Crazy Otto?' I'll bet this car belongs to 
some VIP's. Let's see if they are in the tea shoppe!" Marge and 
I looked at the lavender Jaguar, smiled knowingly at each other, 
and sard nothing but followed our friends into the little lunch 
room, which was, to our surprise directly facing our car. 

As we entered we heard a lilting voice singing, "It's Townsend 
Tea Time." Marion came dashing forth to greet us. The time flew 
quickly as we exchanged bits of information about the whereabouts 
of our former classmates. From our conversation we learned that 
Marie Williams is now on tour with the Metropolitan Opera 
Company; Arlene Tierney is a secretary to Louis Putney, who is 
now the owner of a chain of super markets; Carole Quagliozzi 
Ann Bailey, Barb Favre, Rita Halloran, Georgette Curtis, JoAnn 
Famosi, and Norma LaForte are all working for the government in 
Washington, D. C; Joe Scalia is studying for his doctorate at 
Oxford; Ann Christiansen is teaching at the Fanny Farmer's School 
of Cooking; and Marjorie Ash is a leader in elementary education 
in Tallahassee. We told them that Dudley Farrell had founded a 
hospital in Lansing, Michigan, and that Angelo Taranto is head 
coach of the Los Angeles Rams. 

Suddently realizing how late it was getitng, we decided that 
we better leave before all the stores closed. In parting we com- 
mented on the attractive styling of the room; Whereupon, Marion 
told us that Beverly Fulton, the noted interior decorator, had de- 
signed it for her on a recent London tour. Marion accompanied 
us to the door, and while the others were still saying farewell, 
Marge and I quietly walked to the lavender car, started the 
motor, and waved goodbye to our astonished friends. 

Early Saturday morning we went to the airport to meet George 
Sangeleer, who had been assigned as our photographer. The 
remainder of the week-end we spent photographing famous land- 
marks in and around London. 

The next leg of our journey took us to LeBourget Field in 
Paris, France. As we were going to be in Paris for only a day, 
we planned to visit the most renowned land mark for tourists 
in that lovely city, the Eiffel Tower. Gratefully, we got into the 
nearest cab and relaxed our weary bones. The driver turned around 
to ask us our destination, and to our surprise, it was Sawyer 
Sawin! We asked him about hotels, and he recommended us to 
the fashionable Continental where the elite stay. Sawyer stopped 
in front of the hotel where a red headed doorman in a bright red 
suit greeted us in grand old New England style. It was none other 
than Billy Meade. 

This was only the beginning. Bill ushered us inside to the 
desk where a second surprise awaited us, for there stood Bob 
Milligan in the gaudy garb of a hotel clerk. This started off the 
chain reaction. Bob rang the bellboy bell. You guessed it! Bill 
Medeiros appeared to take us bag and baggage to our eleventh 
floor suite. Inside the elevator we got another jolt. The operator, 
who looked as if he had his share of ups and downs that day, 
was Bob McLeod. During our brief stay in the elevator, Bob told 
us that he had always expected to go places but never to such 
heights. Bill led us down the corridor and opened to door to our 
rooms. We thanked him for his kindness and then tipped him. 
Picking himself up off the floor, he hurried away in a state of 
confusion. We proceeded gaily into the room where our room 
overseer was doing last minute cleaning. You're right— it was 
Ann Powers. 

Since our schedule was so crammed, we left immediately for 
the Eiffel Tower. At the entrance to the tower we ran into Norma 
Doucette, Carol Phelan, Roberta Pittman, and Carol Chase, who 
were, they told us, traveling saleswomen for V. CANNISTRARO, 
INC., manufacturers of the last word in typing, a pocket type- 
writer. At this point we whipped out our Dion Dizzy Pills, swal- 
lowed eleven apiece, and braced ourselves for the long trudge 
up the spiral staircase. Halfway up two women almost knocked 
us down in their great hurry to reach the bottom. After the initial 
shock, we took a second look and found them to be Suzie Gangi 
and Barbara Greaves, who told us they were assistant secretaries 
to the assistant secretary, Carol Freeley, of the Pecce Associates, 
in charge of Unimportant Details. At the summit of the tower 
the radioman, Bob Mailly, allowed us to transmit our messages 
and hellos to our friends in the United States. After our sojourn 



in Paris we flew to Germany, taking the airlift into Berlin. As 
our visa was good for only one day, we didn't have very much 
time to spare. While George snapped a few pictures of the airport, 
Marge and I hailed a bus to take us to the center. 

Since we had heard so much about the famed Brandenburg 
Gate, that was one of our very first stops. We got as close as 
we could to the barrier and peeked breathlessly ever at the 
notorious landmark. We stood there for about eleven minutes and 
thought of the thousands of people who had passed under this 
arch. 

On our way to the Schiller Theatre, we spied one of Berlin's 
well known sidewalk cafes, the Unter der Linden. Naturally, we 
had to have our lunch here, and selecting a table we sat down 
and picked up the menu. However, it was printed entirely in 
German, so we looked for someone to translate it for us. Just 
then our waitress appeared and graciously asked us if we were 
ready to order. As we started to explain our predicament, the 
girl exclaimed, "Why, aren't you Bonnie Smith and Marge Leone 
from Waltham High School back in the good old U.S.A.?" 

"Joan Savage, we squealed after taking a closer look, isn't 
it a small world!" After Joan explained to us what the menu was 
all about we enjoyed a light snack and relaxed to wait for Peter 
Diepold's chauffeur to pick up up. 

While planning this trip, my secretary had written to Peter in 
Brake, Germany, telling him of our impending visit. He had very 
cordially invited us to be his guests. 

His chauffeur, Bill Marshall, arrived just then and speedily 
transported us in a shiny new lowslung Mercedes sportscar to 
Peter's pretentious estate on the Weser River. After we were 
comfortably seated in the luxurious standing room, Peter told us 
that he is now a professor of music in Munich, Germany, and that 
Dianne Coolkasian, who had been one of Waltham High's outstand- 
ing pianists, was studying at the conservatory under him and 
would soon go on an extended tour of Europe as the feature per- 
former in a group of famous musicians. 

As soon as we had finished an eleven course dinner, Peter in- 
vited us to take a short cruise up the river to Bremen in his Yacht— 
the Waltham Hi! He also mentioned that it had been designed ex- 
clusively for him by that famous inner and outer world manu- 
facturer of boats, airplanes, buses, motorcycles, submarines, hot 
rods, and kiddie kars— Roy Herring. 

Upon returning from our delightful sail we thanked Peter for 
his warm hospitality. Peter's Valet, Al Lee, placed our baggage in 
the trunk of the Mercedes, and William drove us to the depot. 

We climbed aboard the "Ko Ko Mo Choo Choo" and proceeded 
to the eleventh car, which was filled with bustling activity. As we 
approached a nearby hostess to ascertain the cause of the commo- 
tion, she turned to answer us, and lo and behold, it was Sheila 
Porter! She explained that this was local No. Ill of the B.S.M.B.- 
C.L.C.N.N.O.P.C. from the United States. This is too long to explain. 
They were on a goodwill tour to Switzerland, which was also 
our destination. Observing the questioning look on our faces. 
Sheila enlightened us that the officers were Helen Rivers, president; 
Angelina Benninati, vice president; Elaine O'Neill, secretary; Mary 
Lou Horan, treasurer; and Helen Reardon, chairwoman of the tour. 
Among the gathering we recognized only two more classmates, 
Rosemarie Graceffa and Edythe Deffeley. 

We decided to turn in early, as we knew the following day 
would be chock full of more exciting adventures. At eleven the 
next morning our train pulled into Geneva station. At the informa- 
tion center we met Betty Crowe, who was a correspondent for 
the ALBANESE WORLD TRAVELER. She was returning 1o the main 
office, so we entrusted her with the reports we had completed 
thus far. We checked our bags at the lockers and left in search of 
a bicycle rental. 

We were in luck, for around the first corner, we saw an imposing 
sign, which read, "White's Wheels." In the window this sign caught 
our attention— "Take a bike. Go for a hike. We supply the cos- 
tume." That witty bit could belong to only one person, Joanne 
White. Once inside the shop we yodeled for Joanne, who came 
bounding through the doorway to greet us. We told Joanne ou r 
plans for the day, and she agreed to leave her assistant, Frances 
Scalia, in charge of the shop and accompany us on our ski trip. 

We rode our bikes as far as the tramway and took the chairlift 
up one of the mountains of the Juro Range. At the tippety-top 
we rented skis and signed up for the free ski lessons that were 
being given that day. To our surprise our instructor was the 
celebrated ski jump artist, Ida May Gilbert. After our preliminary 
lessons we spent the rest of the afternoon frolicking about the 
snow-covered slopes. 

That evening we returned to the ski lodge for steaming hot 
chocolate and Swiss cheese crackers. Over the fireplace we saw a 
portrait that seemed to ring a bell in our minds. Upon closer ex- 
amination we found it to be that of the fabulous philanthropist, 
Mary Hayes, who had dedicated the resort to ski enthusiasts 
throughout the world. 



We hated to leave, but the time alloted for this assignment was 
fast waning. Leaving our bikes to be picked up the next morning, 
we hopped a toboggan, which was expertly guided by that cold- 
rod speedster of the snow, Muriel Gallinaro. 

At the station we redeemed our luggage and signalled to a 
waiting taxi. The driver, Leonard Quental, drove us speedily to 
the airport. We arrived there not a minute too soon, for Flight 26 
was just about to take off. We ran up the ramp and breathlessly 
showed our passports to the bewildered stewardess, Carol Hamil- 
ton. 

As we sat down, we both noticed the models of perfection, 
Carol Janson and Barbara Curran. They excitedly informed us 
that they too were headed for Rome where they were to model 
Nancy McAdam's latest creations in the Fashion Review of the 
World. 

While still in the clouds over our many experiences, we learned 
from the girls that Elizabeth McLellan, their agent, would meet 
them at the airport. They also told us that they would introduce 
to the world the revolutionary step in footwear. These unique 
shoes, the biggest thing since CAPIZIO'S, were created by Mary 
Gavolio. Their name?— Gavolio's. 

At the airport coffee shop operated by Richard Gullotti we. met 
the roaming reporter, Frances Salamone, who had just completed 
a World Press article on those two specially known astronomers, 
John Gracey and Eddie Larkin. They had just discovered a new 
star, the Graceylark. Nancy Cappadona, Jean Daniels, Carolyn 
Nelson, and Sheila Conroy were in Rome filming commercials for 
that supersonic new toothpaste, "I'll Never Smile Again," which 
not only removes food and stains but also the teeth and 
gums. It was a sure cure for toothaches and gum boils. 

Laughingly we left the shop and commenced our Italian itinerary 
by visiting the ancient ruins of the Forum, the Coliseum, and the 
Sasillica Julia. 

Emerging from the ruins, we hired a modern charioteer, who 
was none other than Bill Sinclair, to take us for a drive to the 
famous Fountain of Trevi. It was a fairly long ride, and we stopped 
for pizza on the Appian Way. 

Later, when we reached Trevi, we tossed "Three Coins In The 
Fountain," for the good fortune and happiness of all our former 
classmates. 

Continuing our tour, we turned down the Via Condotti, and 
stopped at the shop of the famed leather worker, Antimori, to 
buy souvenirs and gifts for ourselves and our friends back in 
America. To our surprise we discovered Paul Schofield apprenticing 
under the skilled supervision of Signor Antimori himself. 

We couldn't miss traveling to Pisa to view the famed leaning 
Tower. Upon arriving there, we made the most startling discovery 
of all. The Tower was straight!!! A sign outside the entrance 
proudly announced to the world that this stupendous feat had been 
accomplished by none other than our "Tarzan of W.H.S., Angelc 
Mosca." 

We spent the rest of the afternoon combing the shops and market 
places in search of various souvenirs. 

That evening, we left by train for Naples, Italy, where we 
would embark on the last leg of our world expedition. Our reserva- 
tions were on the newest and most modern of all ocean liners, the 
S.S. NEPTUNIA, which would take us to New York Harbor and 
America again! 

While waiting for the ship we noticed a sign "Neville & 
Benoit— Professional Swimming Instructors." Since the names struck 
a familiar chord in our minds, we decided to inquire about them. 
Their assistant told us that Marty and Connie were once again 
attempting to swim the Atlantic Ocean and wouldn't return for a 
month. Disappointed that we could not see our two school 
alumnae, we departed after leaving a hurried note. 

After having our bags checked through customs, we went in 
search of our stateroom. In the early part of the afternoon we took 
a short tour of our liner. Leaning on the guide rail and gazing 
into the clear blue Mediterranean waters, Marge and I reminisced 
about our captivating adventures in the various countries of the 
playground of the world. As the sun started dipping below the 
horizon, it etched the Rock of Gibraltar against the sky. Drawing 
nearer we noticed a long figure seated at an easel on top of the 
Rock painting. The thought struck us simultaneously that this must 
be Cal Lazaro, who usually spent her summers in Europe sketching 
the beautiful scenery. 

As our ship disappeared into the crimson sunset, only the pleasant 
and unforgettable memories of our trip remained. 



BONNIE SMITH 
Assisted by 
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Carole Lazaro 
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On September 3, 1952, we, the Class of 1955, 
stepped through the portals of Waltham High 
School for the first time and thus began our high 
school career. After becoming accustomed to new 
surroundings and strange faces, we participated 
in our first election at Waltham High by voting 
for homeroom legislators. Those chosen were Al- 
phonse Vitale, Charles Czedik, Richard Kezer, 
Richard Morreale, Ernest Richardson, Jane Volpe, 
Joseph Scalia, James Moran, and Rosemarie 
Graceffa. 

Autumn was the appropriate theme for the 
Sophomore Get-Acquainted Dance, held on Sep- 
tember 19, where we met those who were to 
remain with us throughout high school years. 

The Sophomore Class was well represented on 
the football team in 1952. On the field were 
Angelo Mosca, Jack Levey, Dick Morreale, Tom 
Girolamo, Dick Kezer, Mike Carme, Lenny Scafidi 
and Bill Pittman, all of whom were instrumental 
in helping us attain six victories. 

For the first time the Sophomore Class had its 
own Dramatic Club, which met on Tuesdays, sev- 
enth period. Sheila Duffy was the only Sophomore 
chosen to take part in the fall production of the 
Dramatics Club, CURTAIN GOING UP, presented 
on November 13 under the direction of Mr. Rich- 
ard Dwyer. 

Chosen to represent the Sophomore Class as 
hockey cheerleaders were Edna Bengston and 
Virginia Danglemayer, who later became co-cap- 
tains of this squad. 

In December the following class officers were 
elected: President, Richard Kezer; Vice President, 
Richard Morreale; Secretary, Mary Cocivera; and 
Treasurer, Jean Lazaro. 

January brought the Mardi Gras co-sponsored 
by the Art and Camera Clubs and under the 
auspices of the Dramatics Club. As we traveled to 
faraway places, Peter Smith and Barbara Curran 
were selected as king and queen. 

Our basketball team had a successful season 
with sophomore Tom Girolamo tied for top honors. 
We were very proud of our hockey team which 
entered the Bay State League playoffs. 

THE ROYAL VAGABOND, an operetta presented 
under the direction of Mr. Richard Dwyer and 
Mr. Raymond Crawford, was an overwhelming 
success. 

On March 20, 1953, the Sophomore Hop, big- 
gest social event of our sophomore year, was 
held. The members of our class enjoyed them- 
selves tremendously. 



On June 3, when the seniors graduated, the 
realization dawned upon us that we were juniors. 

During the summer a tragic accident took the 
lives of our headmaster and his wife, Mr. and 
Mrs. Richard S. Huff. Mr. Francis Sheehy, our 
able master, assumed the responsibilities of head- 
master. 

Upon returning to school on September 9, 
1953, we found many new faces among the fac- 
ulty, as well as a freshman class for the first time 
in many years. Once again we chose Richard 
Kezer as President. His capable assistants were: 
Richard Morreale, Vice President; Joan McGovern, 
Secretary; and Dorothy Ware, Treasurer. 

The highlight of the 1953 football season was 
the heartbreaking game at Newton. Undefeated 
the entire season, we lost this thriller by a single 
point. Supporting the team were the following 
junior cheerleaders: Kay Bonney, who later 
served as captain, Dorothy Ware, Betty Crowe, 
Bonnie Smith, Barbara Hoggan, and Barbara 
Schoener. 

Our basketball team, comprised entirely of jun- 
iors, won eleven games and lost only seven. The 
most memorable contest of the hockey campaign 
was the tie with favored Walpole. Goalie Ralph 
Wheeldon was the defensive star of the encounter. 
As the team finished fourth in the Bay State 
League, it entered the playoffs. New additions to 
the hockey cheerleaders were: Joan McGovern, 
Jean Rogerson, Carol Borden, Bertha Kenneson, 
Margaret Brown, and Jean Lazaro. 

TOO YOUNG, TOO OLD, the Dramatics Club 
play starring Martha Benoit, was staged on No- 
vember 19 in Hovey Memorial with Mr. Dwyer 
once again our capable and energetic coach. 

Carol Janson, Dudley Farrell, Nancy Cappadona, 
and Joe Scalia participated in the revision of the 
Waltham High School Handbook, which is passed 
out to all sophomores upon their entrance into 
high school. 

During this school year a good citizenship 
award was presented to the High School by the 
Massachusetts State Department of Education for 
the organization of the Huff Memorial Scholarship 
Fund. Various major awards received by mem- 
bers of the Junior Class in 1953-1954 were as 
follows: Kingsbury Temperance Essay prizes, 
Charles McLaughlin and Mary Geise; Teaching 
Essay, first prize, Mary Cocivera; Harvard Book 
Award, presented to the junior boy with the best 
scholastic record, Edward Larkin. The faculty se- 
lected Margaret Walls to attend Girls' State in 









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Bridgewater, while Henry Stewart represented the 
boys at Boys' State in Amherst. 

We were very proud of the fifteen members of 
the Junior Class who were inducted into the Na- 
tional Honor Society in May of 1954. 

On the memorable evening of May 21, 1954, 
the Junior Prom, final social event of the year, 
was held. Tom McGovern and his committee 
worked diligently to transform the gym into 
scenes of the Cypress Gardens. 

After the excitement of our prom subsided, we 
elected those who were to lead us through our 
f'nal year at Waltham High. Richard Kezer became 
President for the third consecutive time. Georgette 
Curtis, Mary Hayes and Jean Lazaro were chosen 
to serve in the capacities of Vice President, Secre- 
tary, and Treasurer respectively. Immediately fol- 
lowing this, the Student Council elections were 
conducted. Victorious were: John Gracey, Presi- 
dent; Dick Morreale, Boys' Vice President; Dorothy 
Ware, Girls' Vice President; and Carole Lazaro, 
Secretary-Treasurer. 

As our junior year drew to a close, Connie Ne- 
ville was appointed Editor-in-Chief of our news- 
paper column, This Week at Waltham High, while 
Joan McGovern and Jane Volpe were selected to 
be Co-Editors-in-Chief of the Mirror. 

Poised and confident, seniors at last, we re- 
turned for our final year on September 3, 1954. 
After scurrying here and there renewing old ac- 
quaintances, we resumed our studies and activi- 
ties. 

November brought the Dramatics Club play 
State Fair. We found many members of the Senior 
Class at the fair. 

Led by Captains Mark Brown, Tom Girolamo, 
and Angelo Mosca, we welcomed our new foot- 
ball coach, Mr. Joseph Zeno, a Waltham High 1937 
graduate. Climaxing our season, Angelo Mosca 
was awarded a berth on the Schoolboy All-Amer- 
ican football team. Our hockey team, which once 
again entered the Bay State League play-offs, 
gained an upset win over undefeated Needham 
in the first play-off game, 1-0. Senior Stan Krol 
scored the single goal which gave us our most 
cherished hockey victory in many years. The 
Waltham High and Waltham Trade teams com- 



bined forces and collaborated in attaining a fairly 
successful basketball season with Hal Kelley star- 
ring in a great comeback achievement as we over- 
came Newton 70-61 at the Brandeis Gym. 

The outstanding basketball game of the year, 
however, could not have taken place in any 
league. January 25, 1955, was the date of the un- 
forgettable Student-Faculty game. Mr. White and 
Mr. Mac Arthur captained the faculty team. Other 
members of this aggregation, which, with the aid 
of the referees, succeeded in defeating the stu- 
dents, were Mr. Alfke, Mr. Husson, Mr. Elliott, 
Mr. Zeno, and everyone's favorite, Mr. Ray Yetten. 

The students and faculty elected Mary Senior 
as the D.A.R. representative from Waltham High. 

Queen Barbara Curran reigned at the March 
of Dimes Ball held at Nuttings on February 2, 
1955, while Barbara Schoener, Carol Jansen, and 
Sheila Wallace were chosen by the seniors to rep- 
resent Waltham High in the Queen of Hearts con- 
test. Barbara emerged as the winner and is now 
reigning over our fair city as Queen of Hearts. 

On the evening of February 18 the eagerly 
awaited Senior Dance was held. Chairman Joseph 
Scalia and his hard-working committee trans- 
ported us over the rainbow into a world where 
blue skies prevailed. 

Following the spring vacation, The Thirteenth 
Chair, by Bayard Veille, our Senior Play, presented 
on April 28, was enjoyed by an attentive audi- 
ence. 

The seniors elected Bonnie Smith, Class Day 
Queen and also Class Prophet. Her prophecy com- 
mittee consisted of Constance Neville, Martha 
Benoit, and Carole Lazaro. Sylvana Vitti wrote our 
Class Poem; Jean Lazaro prepared the 1955 Class 
Will. 

Now we are about to leave Waltham High 
School, where a tireless and devoted faculty has 
guided our footsteps for the past three years. As 
we face the future let us never forget what they 
individually and collectively have taught us, for 
it will certainly serve as a basis for our achieve- 
ments in the days to come as we take our places 
as citizens in our beloved country. 

JANE VOLPE 

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First row: J. Ryan, D. Vautour, P. Harvey, R. Morreale, R. Kezer, K. O'Reilly, M. Castellana, F. Bibbo, J. 
Dennie. Second row: R. Trunkett, J. Judge, F. Tiano, W. Pittman, S. Krol, M. Brown, J. Deveaux, J. Car- 
roll, W. Corcoran, R. Fredette, J. Confrey. Third row: Coach Raymond Yetten, N. Gerald, A. Scafidi, AA. 
Carme, L. Scafidi, R. Wheeldon, R. LaRosee, R. Jaffarian, T. Taranto, Head Football Coach Joseph Zeno. 
Fourth row: D. Murphy, A. Vitale, R. Mancuso, T. Girolamo, A. Driscoll, R. Bourgeois, A. Erba, M. Brown, 
A. Mosca. Fifth row: H. Kaplan, A. Taranto, R. Mara, J. Rice, J. Dentino, J. Moran, D. Handy, R. Hardi- 
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All in all we had a fairly successful season. It was a pleasure 
for me to return to the school that I attended during the mid 
thirties. 

We had a forty-six man squad this year. We will miss the twelve 
seniors, but as thirty-four are returning we should have another 
fairly successful season next year. 



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7he/rs 


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Belmont 


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63 


Everett . 


42 


55 


Nashua . . 


40 


45 


Watertown 


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68 


Cambridge 


53 


66 


Arlington 


___.__45 


60 


Brookline 


45 


81 


Watertown 


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74 


Cambridge 


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70 


Newton 


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73 


Brockton . 


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48 


Lynn Eng. .... 


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55 


Somerville . .__.. 


_____ 64 


63 


Newton 


......71 


62 


Rindge T. 


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37 


Arlington ... 


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59 


Brookline 


70 


67 


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TEAM 

Standing, left to right: J. Basile, J. Mac 
Donald, J. Lesneski, J. Confrey, J. Con 
nelly, P. Smith, Perley, M. Brown, R 
Wheeldon, S. Krol, B. Roberts, D. Pergola 

A. Devincent, T. Taylor, Coach Brinn. S 
Brinn, Stickboy. Kneeling. C. Hill, J. Rice 

B. Hardiman, J. Judge, K. O'Reilly, G 
Allan, D. Giles, J. Deveaux, J. Carruthers. 



Theirs 

Needham 3 

Wellesley 1 

Norwood 1 

Watertown Ours 

Walpole 2 1 

Framingham 2 

B. C. High 4 



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Theirs 

Needham 

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HOCKEY 
CHEERLEADERS 

Standing, left to right: E. 
Fahey, J. McGovern, J. Cham- 
pion, G. Stankard, J. Rogerson. 
Kneeling: C. Borden, M. Brown, 
V. Danglemayer, E. Bengston, 
B. Kenneson. 





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Front row: Sophomores— Patty Martin, Lois Chapman, Priscilla Charlton, Irene Fice, Mary Ellen Scott, 
Phyllis Simmons, Janet Gardiner, Jackie Holmes, Captain; Anita Levensaler. Second row: Miss Frost- 
Juniors — Lillian Berard, Joyce Harrison, Helen Meagher, Margie Cotton, Gail Heckman, Captain; Sheila 
Curtin, Nancy Poole, Sandra Lazaro, Martha Ekwall, Ethel Hoyt. Third row: Freshman— Betty Porretta. 
Seniors— Roberta Meserve, Acting Captain and Manager; Lorraine LeBlanc, Captain; Ida Dowling, Mary 
Priest. 




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EXECUTIVE 
COUNCIL 

FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: C. 
Neville, C. Lazaro, C. Janson, D. 
Ware. REAR: S. Lopez, E. Larkin, J. 
Gracey, R. Kezer, R. AAorreale, N. 
Cannistraro, L. LeBlanc. 



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DANCE 
COMMITTEE 

SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: AA. Ekwall, 

B. Curran, B. Kilmoski, B. Greaves, 

C. Janson, S. Fineman, H. Ander- 
son, AA. Williams, C. Hughes. 
STANDING: D. Farrell, R. Ferla, AA. 
Cousens, G. Schriberg, A. AAcAskill, 
J. Walsh, A. Christianson, J. Put- 
nam, E. Dukat, E. Daniels, R. Deder- 
ian, R. AAoran, A. Lee. 





STUDENT 

COUNCIL 

LEGISLATOR 

ON FLOOR, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. 
Ramsey, J. Lucchese, A. AAarion. 
SECOND ROW: J. Smith, J. Put- 
nam, B. Parkinson, D. Fitzgerald, 
E. Rockefeller, J. Benjaminson, AA. 
Garrahan. THIRD ROW; R. Rizzo, D. 
Cardillo, A. Vanaria, AA. Brown, J. 
Confrey, P. Smith, J. Scalia, B. 
Bomengen, S. Vitti, J. AAcGovern. 



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CLUB 

Jo Ann Famosi, Margie Keyzer, 
Phyllis Lopez, Barbara Shanklin, 
Ranny Kenney, Carolyn Sawin, Joan 
Nutile, Margie Varley, Virginia 
Hart, Betty Crowe, Virginia Fay, 
Anna Morrison, Eileen Rice, Beverly 
Finnerty, Shiela Wallace, Virginia 
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BOTTOM ROW: B. Alger. SECOND 
ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Gracey, 
J. Hills. THIRD ROW: L. Hadley. 
FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: D. 
Sandstrom, C. Neville, 



NATIONAL 
HONOR 
SOCIETY 

BACK ROW: Lee, Scalia, Larkin, 
Shriberg, Stewart, McGovern, 

Gracey. SECOND ROW: Vitti, Ben- 
oit, Meserve, Gavolio. FRONT 
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CHEERLEADERS 

FRONT, LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Koun- 
da|ian, O. Fitzgerald, K. Bonney, 
P. Ryan, K. Varley. REAR: E. Dan- 
iels, H. Meaghee, D. Ware, B. 
Crowe, B. Smith, P. Joyal. 



MONITORS 

FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. 
Charlton, D. Hapgood, E. Bengston. 
SECOND ROW: N. McAdam, J. 
Bomengen, R. Shaufus, J. Gordon. 
THIRD ROW: B. Gallagher, E. Car- 
lisi, R. Pittman, L. Rand. FOURTH 
ROW: D. Marshall, B. Kenneson, J. 
Davidson. 





NEWSPAPER 
STAFF 

FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kaleidescope 
Editor, Ken Wile; Bob Derderian, Alan 
Miller, Marshall Gray, Burt Mullen, Joe 
Scalia. SECOND ROW: Marge Leone, Mar- 
tha Ekwall, Girls' Sports Editor, Mary 
Cocivera; Feature Editor, Martha Benoit; 
Editor-in-Chief, Connie Neville; Feature 
Editor, Dottie Ware; Special Feature Ed- 
itor, Peggy Walls; Marianna Frew, Janet 
Walsh, Priscilla Owen. THIRD ROW: Joan 
Deldon, Mary Hayes, Jean Lazaro, Lynn 
Hall, Rosemarie Rizzo, Janice Drew, Bar- 
bara Klimoski, Ida Dowling, Gerald Shri- 
berg, Nancy Kempton, Carol Hamilton, 
Claire Salamanis, Carol Feeley, Brenda 
Mason, Carol Lazaro. 



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CLUB 

FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: D 
Scott, A. Marion, L. Assekoff, L 
Cotton. SECOND ROW: G. Bailey 
M. Wing, S. Kempton, M. Frew, B 
Mason, J. Lennox. REAR: A. Whit 
ney, J. Gracey, H. Stewart, R 
Dederian, N. Cannistraro, D. Sa 
bien, P. Diepold, L. LeBlanc, E 
Larkin. 



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THIRD ROW: J. Worrall, A. Collura, 
A. Coyes, L. Kelley, A. Mabie. 
SECOND ROW: L. Eglitis, M. Cou- 
sens, D. Nugent, R. Moran, S. Wal- 
ton. FIRST ROW: A. LeBlanc, R. 
Arego, H. Rosenfeld, R. Bancroft, 
J. Duffy. 




MIRROR 

LITERARY 

STAFF 

FIRST ROW: Hamilton, Walsh, Ge- 
saeffa, Marshall, Jane Volpe, Co- 
Editor, Neville, Carlisi, Frew, Chap- 
lis. SECOND ROW: Scalia, Cocivera, 
Moran, Crowley, Curran, Duffy, 
Danglemayer, Benoit, Sanolio, 
Walls, Crowe, Smith, Miller. 



HOCKEY 
CHEERLEADERS 

FIRST ROW: G. Danglemayer and 
E. Bengston, Co-Captains. SECOND 
ROW: E. Fahey, J. Feeley, C. Bor- 
den, B. Kennerson, J. Lazaro, J. 
McGovern. THIRD ROW: O. Chais- 
son, J. Rogerson, G. Stankard, J. 
Champion. 





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CLUB 
OFFICERS 

LEFT TO RIGHT: A. MacAskill, D. 
Farrell, M. Benoit, K. Whitney, C. 
Neville. 



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BACK ROW: J. Gangemi, M. Ho- 
gan, S. Wolcott, J. Curran, A. Bail- 
ey, D. Lively, C. Salamanis, L. Hills 
K. Peel. SEATED: P. Joyal, B. 
Parkinson, C. Klimoski, D. Aucoin, 
M. Gavolio, A. Morang, M. Cociv- 
era. ON FLOOR: J. Connors, A. 
Miller, R. Caidillo. 





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CLASS 

OFFICERS 



JUNIOR 

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E. DUKAT 
L. LEBLANC 
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Vice President 
M. HAYES 

Secretary 
J. LAZARO 

Treasurer 
R. KEZER 

President 





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CLASS 

OFFICERS 



M. CANNISTRARO 
B. PARKINSON 
D. CARDILLO 
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LEFT TO RIGHT: 
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Murray 
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Cannistraro 
Hills 
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FRONT ROW: 

Walsh 

Robinson 

Morang 

Kelley 

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SEATED: 

F. McGilvary 
F. Gorden 
J. Lucey 
S. Conroy 
I. Corrigan 
BACK ROW: 

P. Schaufus 

B. Vautour 

B. Patterson 
P. Parlee 

C. Keane 
R. Pittman 
L Rand 

B. Mclver 



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John Gracey 
Richard Morreale 
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Mrs. Frances AA. Flynn 

Librarian 
Margaret Doucet 
Clara Cannistraro 
Rosemary Smith 
Frances Rando 
Loretta Zeno 
Lillian Berard 
Carolyn Sawin 



VISUAL 

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RADIO CLUB 

BOTTOM: L. Hadley. SEC- 
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W. Meade, H. Range. 
THIRD ROW, LEFT TO 
RIGHT: R. Swenson, S. 
Ghioldi. FOURTH ROW, 
LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Carlson, 
T. Christine 



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Oliveri, Sallestrom, Le- 
Blanc, Smith, Orifice, 
Rockefeller. 

Rogers, Wallace, LeMay, 
Gardiner, Orifice, Mac- 
Donald, Rice, Soberg, 
Spencer. 



McLaughlin, Mancuso, 
Scafidi, Sarty, Connolly, 
Webb, Zampitello, Gul- 
lotti, Stascavage. 



Krinipol, Papia, Parlee, 
Parkhurst, McGovern, 

Norton, Remedis, Leon- 
ard, Whalen. 



Phelan, Dupere, Mor- 
an, Hart, Cunningham, 
Burke, Robinson, Han- 
non, Clasby. 



Fanara, Hassell, McLean, 
Hill, Lupo, Pizzi, Dris- 
coll, Grottlander, lan- 
nuzzo. 



Luchesse, Cochoran, 

Gray, Alterisio, Gerard, 
Cotton, Confrey, Carroll, 
Ryan. 



Mongeon, Strader, Val- 
lucci, Varley. 



Post, O'Dea, Shea, 
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Hill, Heckman, Frizzell, 
Dukat, Hepler, Ewalt, 
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Kochenderfer, Melanson, 
Mazzone, Hardy, Camp- 
bell, Fahey, Joyal, Mon- 
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bell, Bond, Carruthers, 
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Phelps, Revesi. 



Riethel, Rigoli, Rielly, 
Owen, Murray, Millar, 
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Cotton, Crowell, Conroy, 
Corrigan, Devaux, Cur- 
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Sullivan. 



Nystrom, Gustafson, 

Fahey, McLaughlin, Mi- 
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McLaughler, Peitonen. 



Neffinger, Gordan, War- 
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Hines, Greaves, Conti, 
Vassalotte, Jacobs, Lulli- 
man, Vennini, Lally, Mc- 
Kennon. 



Norton, Costa, McAn- 
drews, Taranto, Lurenzo, 
Hayes, McQuad, Malloy, 
Gallagher. 



Nickerson, Ramsay, Oli- 
vo, Ashford, Garrigan, 
Healy, Young, Campbell, 
Smith. 



Ricci, Simeone, Sabean, 
Shriberg, Robbins, Scott, 
Taylor, Shreenan, Schultz. 



Recins, Sands, Scott, 

Thompson, Smith, Spa- 

taro, Sobs, Scott, Stew- 
art. 

Robitson, Rhodes, Salam- 
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Pouliot, Methot, Healion, 




Cook, Wolcott, Docherty. 





Garrahan, Lane, Smith, 

Genova, Hadley, Sohn- 

edis. Hartley, Hayes, 
Hills. 



Larks, Gould, Guthrie, 
McShane, Butler, Gisiger, 
Lawrie, Gilligan, Hanson. 



Kempton, Kaplan. 



Belodeau, Piper, Bour- 
geois, Lifhane, Zeno, Sul- 
livan, Fredricks, Keefe, 
Maclellan. 



LeBlanc, Senior, Lahey, 
Cassey, Clark, Doucet, 
Martin, Patterson, Jelfer- 
ian. 



Taranto, Stude, Rando, 
Sawicki, Range, Basle, 
Rizzo. Lively, Muise. 



O'Dea, Questrum, Mc- 
Govern, Brennan, Burke, 
Champion, Carruthers, 

Cunningham, Clark. 



Cusano, Austin, Hart, 
Parkinson, Cross, Dam, 
Simeone, Rowe, Gaspari. 



Burke, Randolph, Clif- 
ford, Blay, Queen, Em- 
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drews, Edmunds. 



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Gallagher, Goodhue, 

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Doucette, McDonald 

Bari, Miller. 



Spooner, Hook, Austin 
Tartaglia, Krohn, Cardil 
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Drew, Lombarde, Mikula, 
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Milligan, Morreale, Peel, 
McDonald, Connors, 

MacNeil, Schultz, Paino, 
Marshall. 



Newerla, Readel, Nor- 
wood, O'Brien, Parlee, 
Mason, Millar, O'Con- 
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dona, Nangie, Gumes. 



Saucey Flaherty, Luc- 

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penny, Marcolina. 



Googin, O'Dea, McGio- 
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Hart, Coluin, Miekte, 

McKenzie, Cardillo, 

Gould, Rando, Mazzone. 
Foster. 



Meldonian, Bennett, An- 
derson, Stankard, Cardil- 
lo, Barnicle. Ramsey, 
Farrell, Walton. 



Schools, Poisson, Jones, 
Bondoat, Collett, Bouch- 
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Carruthers. 



Vittum, Penny, D'Amies, 
Lowell, MacNeil, Farrell, 
Cutler, Hamilton, Forest. 



Smith, Connerney, Ad- 
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Kenny, Lazaro, Murphy, 
Brennan. 



Wong, Clare, Hall, Sweet, 
Range, Cousens, Rutkow- 
ski, Lopez, Shea. 



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Shean, AAcElhiney, Clarke, 
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Maloney, Perley, Fahey, 
Feeley, Ragno, Hanson. 



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Garabedirm, Devaney, 
Ferry, Denhehy, Joyce, 
Pearson, Caisse. 



Beauregard, Soucey, 

Swenson, Poilluici, 

Knight, Circeo, Bibbo, 
Segien, Petrulauage. 



Haigh, Domina, McNulty, 
Jokisauri, Hart, Frissone, 
O'Brien, Rheaume, Wil- 
limason. 



Mogan, LeBlanc, Demeo, 
Cahill, Capoccia, Fergu- 
son, Rose, Glancy, Chias- 
son. 



Andrews, Douat, Webs- 
ter, Noyles, Keith, Bed- 
ford, Bougeois, Ragno, 
Connelly. 



Michel, Brown, McCar- 
thy, Lewis, Enman, Star- 
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Barbara 

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Barbara 
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Carole 
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Sheila 
Wallace 



Dick 

Morreale 



Beverly 

Fulton 



Carol 
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Ann 
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Shriberg 



Anne 

Christiansen 



Ruby 
Conrad 



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Compliments of 

DAVID PHIPPS STUDIO 

Photographers for Three Generations 




873A MAIN STREET 
Waltham 5-3431 Waltham 5-4697 



IT'S ONLY GOOD SENSE 
TO BE GOOD NEIGHBORS 



President Abraham Lincoln once said, "Just as I would not be a slave, so I must 
not be a master. This is the essence of democracy." 

His immortal words simply declared his belief in the Golden Rule. 

A company, in order to be successful, must live in a community of good friends and 
neighbors. To achieve this, the company must itself be a good friend and neighbor. 
T his, too, is the Golden Rule in action — and it is the essence of democracy. 



"A GOOD PLACE TO WORK 



RAYTHEON 



Excellence in Electronics 



Allston . . . Bedford . . . Chicago . . . Newton 
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RAYTHEON MANUFACTURING COMPANY, WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 



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Congratulations and Very Best Wishes to 
Every Member of Waltham High School's 
Graduating Class of 1955. 



Your parents, your school and the entire 
community is proud of you. May each of 
you seek higher education and enjoy noth- 
ing but good health and good fortune in 
the years that lie ahead. 



LOUIS J. KIRSCH, JR. 



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Congratulations to 
the Class of '55 

from the 
Boys in the Dungeon of 05 




The Only Class With Thirty-one Presidents 



Feliz Lopez 
J. MacNichol 
J. Mahoney 
R. Mailly 
W. Marshall 
R. Mason 
T. McGovern 
C. McLaughlin 
R. McLeod 
W. Meade 



W. Mederios 
D. Melanson 
R. Meyers 
A. Miller 
R. Milligan 
P. Mobilia 
R. Morreale 
P. Neelon 
W. Sinclair 
P. Smith 



H. Stewart 

C. Straw 
A. Swajian 
R. Swenson 
A. Taranto 

D. Vautour 
A. Vitale 

R. Wheelden 
K. Whitney 
J. Worrall 
W. Worth 
















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FRANK AND BOB JOYCE 



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Compliments of 



LUNDEY ASSOCIATES 



E. T. Englund, '26 



Frank J. Mooney, '26 






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Compliments of 



RICHARD H. BIRD & COMPANY 

INC 



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Compliments of 

WALTHAM 
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN 

ASSOCIATION 



715 Main Street 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



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Compliments of 



WALTHAM CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 



95 Moody St. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

"Complete Banking Service" 



Best Wishes to the 

Graduating Class of 

1955 

HENRY A. TURNER 

Mayor 



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Compliments of 



THE DRAMATIC CLUB 




Compliments of 



NONANTOM LUMBER COMPANY 



Everything for the Builder 



430 PLEASANT ST. 

Watertown 72, Massachusetts 

WAtertown 4-4498 — 4499 



ESTABLISHED 1932 



Compliments of 

WALTHAM'S 

Oldest Most Modern 
Dairy 

• 

H. L STONE DAIRY 

• 

Established 1872 
Telephone WAltham 5-0275 


Compliments of 

CLIFFORD 

MANUFACTURING 

COMPANY 

• 


Compliments of 

A FRIEND 


Compliments of 

MASSACHUSETTS 

BROKEN STONE 

COMPANY 

Weston 
Massachusetts 



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Compliments of 

F. B. HUBLEY & CO. 

Used Furniture 

SEE MR. YEHEN 

2 1 6 Newton Street 

Wa5-0024 


Compliments of 

WALTHAM MOTOR COMPANY 

1055 Main Street 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

Wa5-2393 

YOUR PONTIAC AND 

CADILLAC DEALERS 


Compliments of 

MODEL SHOP 
ASSOCIATES, INC. 

58 Guinan Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 


Compliments of 

SWANSON'S 
WALTHAM EXPRESS 

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Compliments of 

SULLIVAN'S 

Cor. of Main and Prospect Sts. 

STATIONERY — CARDS — TOYS 
Tel. Wa. 5-6392-J 


Compliments of 

THE TUX SHOP 

Complete Line of 

Men's Formal Wear 

for Rental 

230 CALIFORNIA STREET 

NEWTON, MASS. 

Tel. La 7-0459 


Compliments of 

WATCH CITY 
RED CAB SERVICE 

Cadillacs for all Occasions 

Call Wa 5-5000 

24 HOUR SERVICE 


Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



Compliments of 

LEE R. FOWLER, Tenor 

10 Flagg Circle 
Waltham 54, Mass. Wa5-8436 

MUSIC FOR ANY 
MOOD OR OCCASION 



Compliments of 

GIARDINA'S 
RESTAURANT 

Main Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



Compliments of 

KNITTING CLUBS 



in 



ROOMS 104 AND 203 



Compliments of 

THE 
SENIOR 
CLASS 



Compliments of 

WES CORP 

717 Main Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



Compliments of 

GIBBS EXPRESS 
COMPANY 

2 16 Newton Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



Compliments of 

WALTHAM COAL CO. 

Est. 1872 
COKE OIL COAL 

Wa5-0I 16 
691 Main St. Waltham. Mass. 



Compliments of 

BRENTON T. TYLER 

Real Estate — Insurance 

682 Main Street 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

Wa5-4808 



Compliments of 

DEXTER DRUG 

Cor. Rich and Main Streets 

Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

JOHN P. DEXTER, Reg. Phar. 

Telephone Waltham 5-0196 


Compliments of 

ROGERS PHARMACY, INC. 

JOHN J. ROGERS, Reg. Phar. 

At Banks Square 

Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

WAItham 5-3160 


Compliments of 

BOSTON 
PUBLIC MARKET 

132 Prospect Street 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 


Compliments of 

CHEZ ELISE 
BRIDAL SALON 

"The House of the Bride" 

683 Main Street 

Waltham 54, Massachusetts 


Compliment of 

HOUSE OF SPORTS, INC. 

Sporting Goods, Cameras 
Men's Clothing and Furnishings 

831 Main Street Tel. WA 5-0530 
WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 


Compliments of 

BALKAN STUDIO 

459 Moody Street 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 


Compliments of 

SANGERMANO'S MARKET 

Fresh Meats, Vegetables and 

Frozen Foods 

Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

9 Moore Street WA 5-4142 

FREE DELIVERY 


Compliments of 

CENTRAL SQUARE TAXI 

649 Main Street 

Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

WAItham 5-2000 

24 HOURS SERVICE 



Compliments of 


Compliments of 


UNIVERSITY 


NUTTINGS ON THE CHARKES 

Now Completely Renovated and 


SHOE REPAIR 


Under New Management 




DANCING EVERY SATURDAY EVENING 


903 Main Street 


Feature Name Bands and Vocalists 


Waltham 54, Massachusetts 


$2.10 a Couple 


Compliments of 

ANDERSON'S BAKERY 


Compliments of 


Swedish Pastry 


RANGELY ACRES 


Birthday — Wedding Cakes 
465 MAIN STREET 


ASSOCIATION 


WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 


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WAltham 5-4683 


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Compliments of 


Compliments of 


NEWTON SASH AND DOOR 


NICKERSON & HILLS 


COMPANY, INC. 


Paint Service Center 


OF WALTHAM 


PAINTS — ART SUPPLIES — WALLPAPER 


15 MAIN STREET 


917 Main Street 


Waltham 54, Massachusetts 


Waltham 54, Massachusetts 


Telephone WAltham 5-7500 


Telephone WAltham 5-1952- 1953 


Compliments of 

UNION OYSTER HOUSE, INC. 

Ye Old Oyster House Since 1826 

41 UNION STREET 

BOSTON, MASS. 

Near Faneuil Hall 


PROM . . .COMING UP! ^ 

Tuxedos for Hire J<V- 
HAVE FUN . . . GO FORMAL MUj\ 
Use Our Group Rental Plan $ Y^^> 

For Information j^^wrT 
Phone LI 2-7930 7 P J 


Branches 




kcau & wniit IHHH 
1 1 1 Summer Street • Boston 


122 CANAL STREET 143 STUART STREET 


BOSTON, MASS. 





Compliments of 

KAY JEWELERS 

389 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments of 

FRANK H. DEMO 
Class of 32 


Compliments of 

THE 

JUNIOR 

CLASS 


Compliments of 

F. A. CARUSO CO. 

74 Linden St. 
Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments of 

AMERICAN SUPERIOR 
SHOE SERVICE CO. 

705 Moody Street 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

R. F. STUMPT, JR. 

L J. ARSENAULT 


Compliments of 

G. GRAHAM SINCLAIR 

Ceramic Tiling Contractor 

84 WASHINGTON AVENUE 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

Wa5-3796-R 


Compliments of 

WALTHAM OIL & ICE CO. 

Dave Milligan 

Burner Sales and Service 

41 CHESTER AVE. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

Wa5-70I5 


Compliments of 

LANDERS 
SMOKE SHOP 



Compliments of 



THOMAS P. HOLLAND CO. 

Formal Wear for All Occasions 



647 



Compliments of 

HOLMES MOTORS, INC. 

Lincoln - Mercury 

Sales and Service 

922 Main Street 

Waltham, Mass. Wa5-7090 

"SAFE BUY — USED CARS" 



Compliments of 

WALTHAM LODGE NO. 1018 

Loyal Order of Moose 

EDWARD A. CUNNIFFE 
Governor 

ALEC GODBOUT 
Secretary 



Compliments of 

C. 0. BEAUDOIN 

Plumbing and Heating 



Wa 5-6606 

22 Common Street 

WALTHAM, MASS. 



Compliments of 

WALTHAM 
NASH COMPANY 





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Mr. and Mrs. Hector Aucoin 

Mr. and Mrs. George Carlisi 

Mr. and Mrs. William Chisholm 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederic J. Christiansen 

Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Danforth 

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Mrs. Angelo Taranto 

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Mrs. Edith Taranto 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Taranto 

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